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Thread began 1/18/2010 9:29 am by mark226253 | Last modified 2/02/2010 8:55 pm by mark226253 | 2060 views | 15 replies

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HI Eric,
An update + More Questions:

1) My Search Issue is resolved - I simply wrote a SQL query manually and then plugged this into the results page - The issue I had was that I did not have a full understanding of the releationship between what recordsets are required on what pages - Sorted.

3) The server access issue is now resolved. Commenting out the open_basedir didn't work (my testing server is setup the same way). The solution was to edit the vconfig file for the domain.

Okay - New questions: (1) I need to find a way of calling or embedding the pathway to an image directory in the results page. I want only to store the image filename in my database.
The directory root is httpdocs. Pretty standard for a 1and1 server.
So I have file1.jpg

I want to sore only file1.jpg in my database (ProductThumbs) column. How do i either (a) sote the path as a variable call this in the php or (b) simply hard-code the pathway in the php.

The code line currently look like this:

<img class="WADAResultThumb" border="0" src="<?php echo $row_WADAproducts["ProductThumb"]; ?>"

I've tried this: <img class="WADAResultThumb" border="0" src="/images/products/<?php echo $row_WADAproducts["ProductThumb"]; ?>"

No joy - No image displayed.

Your thoughts?

Regards,
Mark.

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