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Can only load small files?

Thread began 7/18/2009 11:18 pm by sam308940 | Last modified 7/23/2009 2:21 pm by sam308940 | 2489 views | 15 replies


no i havent resolved it. I put in a tech support ticket with webassist. they responded telling me to increase my memory setting in the ini file. (kind of annoying since i specifically stated in the support ticket that it was set to 64mb which is the highest the host offers). i responded to them with more questions - but i havent heard back - its been 2 days now. hopefully ill hear today.

i did find this and it has worked GREAT, i was able to load a 20mb file!

however - i doesnt make a thumbnail which i need.

so - i also found this - but i have not been able to get it to work:

my idea was to use the upload page to just complete the upload and rename of the file. (link 1 above) this leaves the original file loaded (which I need for my purposes). Then on the upload confirmation page, i wanted to run the second script (link 2 above), which grabs any specified image on the server, resizes it and gives it a new name. But the error that i get is the with the folder structure. my system keeps telling me theres errors. I think i was defining things wrong (im not so good at php writing).

Hope something here helps you - and maybe you can help me get taht 2nd part working.


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