Normally one would read that folder with read() and echo all the files
makeing hrefs like this:

$dir = open('/home/username/public_ftp/incoming/');
while($file = $dir->read())
    echo '<a href="'.$file.'">'.$file.'</a><br>'."\n";

Don't forget to make sure, that the path is ok within the href...

- .ma


> Hey, this isn't totally a php question, but I would appreciate if anyone has
> any advice for me.
> I have a php script that accesses a folder, and displays all the photos
> inside the folder. I want to use this script to display images that people
> upload from the anonymous ftp account. I know that when they upload a photo,
> it goes into the:
> /home/username/public_ftp/incoming/ folder
> Is there a way to access the photos in that folder and display them in
> internet explorer. Someone mentioned using the .htaccess file and adding a
> line to create an alias for the folder.  Can anyone help me out with this?
> What directory does the .htaccess file have to be in, what do I type in to
> create the alias for the folder, etc....  Thanks guys.
> Matt

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