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Adding products - image uploader

Thread began 4/05/2010 5:46 pm by julie383376 | Last modified 4/05/2010 7:49 pm by Jimmy Wu | 477 views | 1 replies |


Adding products - image uploader

I am adding my first product to my database, and under "Upload Product Images", it is showing my local folders. Is this correct?

What I had planned to do was have a few products already set up for reference, but have my customer do the bulk of the work to set up the remaining products (trying to save them money!)

So, my plan was to have all the product images already uploaded to the site in the "imagesupload" folder, and then have my customer browse for the image they needed.

If this isn't the way PS3 is set up to work, can we do that?

Thanks for your help!


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Jimmy Wu

The upload for the image is upload from your local drive. It would take some modification to change it to work the way you want it to. You would have to remove the upload server behavior from the page and when storing information on the image, use the value from the file field instead of from the upload file name.

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