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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 | 2868 views | 16 replies

anonymous

Troy,

Use PHP's getimageinfo command to see if their images... you don't need even to get any info actually, you just want to confirm that they are images... do this like this:

if (getimageinfo(filename)) {

echo the output here which will display the image

}

Of course to make it easier you may want to close the php and reopen it to avoid a coding mess like this:

<?php

if (getimageinfo(filename)) { ?>

standard html with php echo commands added in


<?php } ?>


?>

I think you should use this method rather than the way did on the last post where you are echoing all that html... it could lead to a real headache in the future.

Regards,

Brian

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