> If your code is an accurate representation, and not just an
> example to demonstrate the function source in action, then that's your
> problem (which I doubt, of course), as you're specifically calling the
> value of $_GET['i'] to determine which static image to display. Also,
> you use $_GET['i'] == w. Since 'w' is not a constant, it will revert
> to using the literal w, but that's not such great form there, Spanky.
I'm a sys admin, not a php developer. So I hacked up just enough code to
demonstrate how the function was failing.
> Is the image loaded from the local filesystem directly, or is it
> using an HTTP or other over-the-wire call? If it's not local, check
> to ensure that you have the URL fopen option enabled.
They're both local. The next poster in the this thread answered this for me
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