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#1 chugg

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Posted 20 September 2008 - 10:44 PM

I googled this and the question below someone asked on another forum and i have the exact same question


PHP and MySQL
Your database could simply have 2 attributes, an autonumber (the Primary Key) and a filename.
As you add new entries, the autonumber increments up.
Then fetch the rows and propogate the page with that (it will nab the filenames for you).

If you have more specific, i could give you more details.

At 03:28 PM 5/21/2003, you wrote:

>I'm not sure how to phrase what it is I'm
>looking for, or what to call it, so I'll describe it.
>
>I need to be able to set the order of pictures, as they appear in a web page,
>in some sort of interactive fashion, having never seen the pictures before.
>
>Is there some sort of application or other way to open a number of pictures
>(call it 14 for this excercise) and arrange them in an order to your
>pleasing, then saving them in that order?
>
>I don't care if it renames the files or not, or if it simply
>"moves" them about, making note of the order.
>
>My first thought was something along the lines of some of the windows
>based picture sharing programs out there, that have little arrows next
>to the picture that let you move it up one position, or down one position.
>Or the ones that let you drag and drop a
>picture in a new position along the line.
>
>Ideas?
>
>Anyone how any idea how something like this might be done?

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Posted 22 September 2008 - 03:57 PM

anyone?

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Posted 30 September 2008 - 05:33 PM

anyone know?




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