Thank you for your reply. I tried your example and get 'Possible file upload
attack: filename.' meaning that 'if
(is_uploaded_file($_FILES['img1']['tmp_name']))' returns false. I put a
couple of echo statements in before the if statement to check '$img1_name'
'$img1_size and '$img1_type' and these all returned the correct values. I
have my upload_tmp_dir in php.ini set to /var/www/html/img and this folder
has 777 permissions. Do you think the file is not getting to temp directory
and if so any idea why?

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