OK but I could execute the script on the target server, which is also
mine. So the jpg on the source is actually the remote server, I would
be reading a remote file and writing it to the server which is executing
This is too advanced for me and having spent several hours reading I
am no wiser. Given that I understand cURL and uploading files is
possible - http://us3.php.net/features.file-upload - it should be
just a matter of referencing a .jpg using a URL into a variable and
uploading it to the target server, but from a script rather than a
web form. Would file() work as the documentation seems to refer to
text files that are read line by line.
You cannot use file or fputs to WRITE to a url or remote server.
You will have to find another way (one being ftp:
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