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Uploading Images - Admin Side (Please help)

Thread began 5/10/2010 1:23 pm by ch1974us345597 | Last modified 6/01/2010 5:54 pm by ch1974us345597 | 1269 views | 9 replies


Uploading Images - Admin Side (Please help)

I'm really having a tough time figuring out how to upload images to my site (from my admin panel I created). I've followed the instructions (file manipulation) but still no luck. I have a few questions.

1. My site has both thumbnail and full size images. How is the database set up for this? Right now I have a 'productImage' field and 'productThumb' field. Both fields are type 'varchar' Is this type correct?

2. In my site directory, I have 2 sep. folders set up for my images. My thumbnail folder is "images/images_thumb" and my full size image folder is "images/images_large"

3. My Product_Insert.php page has 2 file upload fields. One is for the full size image and the other is for the thumbnail image. Do I only need one for both types of images?

I've attached some screen shots of what I have so far. Can anyone help me?


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