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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 | 1186 views | 9 replies

ch1974us345597

Images

Ok...I'm able to upload images to my site, but its not correct.

On my product insert page, do I need to have a full-size image field AND a thumbnail field? When I insert a product I need to find images for both? Also since I have 2 separate fields, I will need an 'upload' and 'upload2' behavior then?

Right now when I upload an image, the full size image shows up where I need the thumbnail. Here's a link to a site i'm working on. Product_Insert.php

If you have a sec, could you look at it? It's definitely a work in progress.

Thanks,
Craig

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