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[nycphp-talk] PHP project from Hell Story

Brian Pang bpang at bpang.com
Fri Aug 22 15:12:32 EDT 2003


I can't think of any way that it could possibly be a SINGLE upload.

Even, as was mentioned in the origial post, FrontPage was used. There
would still be multiple files sent to the server.



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>   From: Aaron Fischer 
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>   Sent: Friday, August 22, 2003 2:57 PM
>   Subject: Re: [nycphp-talk] PHP project from Hell Story
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>   1. You did, but you also said if he had Illustrator. Maybe he is
thinking he needs to buy Illustrator as well?
> 
>   He has Illustrator and doesn't want to use that because he says it
wants to "keep it simple" for his clients.
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>   2. Another option:
>   He can output them directly to html from Word. Word creates the page
and a folder to hold the images and an xml file. If he FTP's the page
and the folder to a directory it will work. No renaming necessary. I
just did it, took me under a minute.
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>   He doesn't want to FTP either.  I suggested that and he refuses
stating that it's more work than he wants.  He wants it so that the HTML
file, images and all, go at once to the same server, embedded as if they
were the original .doc file.
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>   3. Of course, you could build him a form page that lets him type in
some text and upload the image file and write the php which creates the
html page upon submission...
> 
>   Nixed that too.  He wants a single upload.  He doesn't want to do
any more work because it's "out of scope" with what he wants.
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>   -A
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>   On Friday, Aug 22, 2003, at 14:47 US/Eastern, Phil Powell wrote:
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>     I suggested it, that is what prompted his response.  He refuses to
get Acrobat and expects ME to do everything about it!
>      
>     Phil
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