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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 | 2710 views | 16 replies



Thanks. Yes, I saw your suggestion for this on a previous post. I know it's exactly what I need but my current level of knowledge isn't enough to apply this and make it work. I know that what you have typed here is arbitrary and I should swap out my values. But I can't figure out where to insert it in the working code I have now. Or if it replaces parts of it.

Your help is very much appreciated, it's me that can't get it to work. Some day maybe I'll laugh at the fact that I couldn't look at that and know right away what to do with it. Any chance you could elaborate a little more?

Where you say


if (getimageinfo(filename)) { ?>

standard html with php echo commands added in

<?php ?>


Should I add the current echo for the table there? Or is this in place of that?

Thanks again,

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