[PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images

2002-03-12 Thread Jordan S. Jones
The icon essentially means that it was a broken image, or that they code did not work. I know that wasn't much help. On another point, in my opinion, it doesn't make a whole lot of logical sense to have a die(Error text) statement in code that creates an image.. If an error does occur, it will

RE: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images

2002-03-12 Thread Alastair Battrick
, and if you give this to us it would help. Alastair Battrick Senior Developer Lightwood Consultancy Ltd http://www.lightwood.net -Original Message- From: Jordan S. Jones [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: 12 March 2002 11:29 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images

RE: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images

2002-03-12 Thread Narvaez, Teresa
header(Content-type: image/png); $image = imagecreate( 200, 200 ); imagepng($image); ? -Original Message- From: Alastair Battrick [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Tuesday, March 12, 2002 7:05 AM To: Jordan S. Jones; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images Echoing

RE: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images

2002-03-12 Thread Tom Rogers
AM To: Jordan S. Jones; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: [PHP] Re: Can't display PNG images Echoing text to the screen is a very useful debugging tool when creating images from php, if you type the full location of the image script in the address bar, rather than specifying it as an image