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Pass image in Session Variable

Thread began 1/14/2010 10:30 pm by swoodmwood396702 | Last modified 1/19/2010 8:14 pm by swoodmwood396702 | 1944 views | 9 replies


Actual image is not seen

The problem is that I haven't posted anything to my Database yet. I want the customer to confirm their choices, before committing their entries to the database.

So, I'm just spitting back their entries to them with a message to confirm them. Once they confirm, and move to the next step in the process, their choices are committed to the database.

I entered the line of code that you specified earlier:
<img src="../Colors/formimages/<?php echo $_POST['BallColor'] ?>.jpg"/>

The image is getting mapped correctly to the image in my server directory, but I don't see an actual picture. It's a box with a little x in it. I don't think that authorization or permissions is an issue.

I'm also wondering why we're not entering the echo $_SESSION command for this procedure? When I was passing the TEXT value for "BallColor", I would have the code as follows:
<?php echo $_SESSION['BallColor']; ?>

Shouldn't I have to echo the SESSION before telling the page to POST the answer?

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