$im = createfrombmp("image");
print "<FORM METHOD=\"post\" ACTION=\"actionpage.php\">";
print "<INPUT TYPE=\"hidden\" NAME=\"image\" VALUE=\"$im\">";
you get the idea
I think PHP does have other funtions for file uplading though.
"Georgie Casey" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Rite, when you see a web form, you know you can simulate the submit by
> filling in the values in the address field, just like a GET method, and it
> usually works the exact same. But how do you do it when one of the fields
> the form is a file upload?!?!?!
> For the record, its a GIF file you've to upload. Is there any way to do
> in PHP??
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