Dear all, I am rather green to PHP and web programming in general, and would just like some pointers how to accomplish the following.
I have a webpage on a remote host, which supports PHP but does not have a DB installed. Here, I have a form where the user can input personal credentials, which are then processed and sent as an email message to me from the server. This part work so far. I want to do the following: the user should be able to upload his/her CV. To do so, I need the following: 1) A way for the user to open a conventional file system view to select the file to upload 2) A way to take this file, add it as an attachment to the mail created in the form, and finally send the mail + attachment to my mail. Is this possible to do without intermediary storage in a DB? I.e. is it possible just to pass the attachment directly from working memory to the function for sending email? Or does it have to go intermediare storage? Thanks in advance for any help! -- Best, Christopher Svanefalk