...however, this may not be the best solution since actual JPEG's accidentally
containing the "<?" string will issue errors (!) on your server. The proper way
to do this is leave it .php if possible.
Liam MacKenzie wrote:
> Add this inno the appropriate virtual-host
> <Directory "/path/to/the/folder/with/the/jpg/script">
> AddType application/x-httpd-php .jpg
> This will parse all .jpg files to the PHP interpreter.
> Hope that helped!
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Matt Moreton" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> To: <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
> Sent: Monday, February 11, 2002 11:44 AM
> Subject: [PHP] Fooling the client into thinking php script is .jpg
> I have a script that outputs an image. Using the gd library. But the only
> way this script gets to execute is if you call it like:
> That then sends the content header, and the image. Obviously I am doing
> some other stuff in there, which is why I am using a script to generate the
> image. Is it possible somehow to request the file as a .jpg?
> Fooling the client into thinking it is just a .jpg image.
> I tried changing the .htaccess file for the dir this script was in, so that
> when a 404 error is genterated, it redirects to the displayimage.php script.
> But its not exactly a transparent redirect. If you type an invalid url it
> simply redirects, displaying the name of the script, displayimage.php while
> loading the image.
> Any suggestions please?
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