[nycphp-talk] PHP project from Hell Story
soazine at erols.com
Fri Aug 22 15:04:48 EDT 2003
I suggested that too, Mauricio. He refused to do so, it was "more work than
what I expect from an upload page". He has, or rather HAD an upload page
(he deleted what I did now) that uploads the file, but he wanted it to
upload only a SINGLE file, complete with images intact if need be.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Mauricio Sadicoff" <mlevy at hypersol.com>
To: "NYPHP Talk" <talk at lists.nyphp.org>
Sent: Friday, August 22, 2003 3:03 PM
Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] PHP project from Hell Story
> On 8/22/2003 14:23, "Phil Powell" <soazine at erols.com> scribbled:
> > Has anyone have anything like this happen to them? How have you handled
> > I'm out of ideas.
> > Thanks
> > Phil
> > Phil,
> > Unfortunately, this means that you were really not able to provide what
> > asked for. As was explained in my original bid request "The key to this
> > be that I would like to be able to add the pages in the password
> > part of the site by either filling in a form OR using FrontPage 2002."
> > I am not able to do this with adding text and images in a way that
> > read it, I am going to have to find another alternative. I will be
> > your files from the web site and starting over and hopefully will still
> > able to have this finished by Sunday
> > Lawrence
> Suggestion: Make an "upload" page. Something inside the pwd protected page
> that would allow him to upload many files. They will all upload to the
> directory, so the images will be there. Tell him that he has to have the
> images in the same directory in his computer when he creates the file,
> should not be a problem.
> In the "upload" page, to avoid further discussion, you can even call one
> the upload fields "Word document" and the others images. You're just using
> HTML input fields, really, and uploading them to a specific directory.
> That should do it. If it does, 10% is my going rate, hehehe ;-)
> Mauricio L. Sadicoff
> mlevy at hypersol.com
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> poor maintenance. What we call workability of the machine is just an
> objectification of this peace of mind. The ultimate test is always your
> serenity." - Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance.
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