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Discussion in 'Web Design & Development' started by youx08, Feb 19, 2007.

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  1. youx08

    youx08 Thread Starter

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    I am currently making a classified website. I am making it from scratch myself. I have the member login and everything setup. However, I have run into one problemo. The problem is I have a page where people can post their ad and upload their pictures and put in description of their item. However, I don't know how to have the image and the descritpion and etc to post directly onto my site. I want the ads to be listed from top to bottom perhaps 4x5box size. How can I do that?

    I would appreciate all your help
     
  2. MMJ

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    <img width="4" height="5" />

    Like that?
     
  3. Big-K

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    im' not gonna lie, i have no idea what you're asking
     
  4. namenotfound

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    4x5 is really tiny. This is the size: [​IMG]
     
  5. knight_47

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    I think he was just giving an example :p

    I think what he means is he's trying to upload the photo. Most likely to do this you will need a database, unfortunately I'm not that far into PHP yet, so I'm not exactly sure how to do this. Hopefully someone else can help.
     
  6. MMJ

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    Lol, the main thing I know in php is inserting data into a db. :)
     
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