You may also like upload multiple images with preview using j Query and PHP.This is fetch_file header("content-type:image/jpeg"); $host = 'localhost'; $user = 'root'; $pass = ' '; mysql_connect($host, $user, $pass); mysql_select_db('demo'); $name=$_GET['name']; $select_image="select * from image_table where imagename='$name'"; $var=mysql_query($select_image); if($row=mysql_fetch_array($var)) echo $image; Step 1.
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- Fixed bug where any string containing the word 'insert', 'delete' or 'update' (where those words were not the actual query) was causing unexpected results (thx Simon Willison).
The fix was to alter the regular expression to only match queries containing those words at the beginning of the query (with optional whitespace allowed before the words) i.e.
When you use php My Admin, you use a GUI to manage your database, but it also shows you the My SQL commands that it ran when performing your requested tasks.
We will use this feature to our advantge to find the correct code to use.
Thx Bill Bruggemeyer :) debug_all = true; Then it will print out each and every query and all of the results that your script creates.