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Delete orphaned files and images

Thread began 10/28/2009 1:45 am by troyd | Last modified 11/03/2009 12:04 am by troyd | 2740 views | 16 replies



You could use PHP's scan directory command to first create a list of every file in a particular folder... then you could modify to echo the looped list within an image tag and display the images in your page. Lastly, you could create a hyperlink around each image - append the image name to a url variable such as "deleteImage.php?image=yourimage.jpg" and then have a the DFP behavior on the the deleteImage page set to delete on page load using the url variable for the file to delete. Then simply redirect back to your master list.



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