Class PHP Upload
It is the ideal class to quickly integrate file upload and image manipulation in your site. That's all you need for a gallery script for instance. It manages the uploaded file and allows you to do whatever you want with the file as many times as you want. If the file is an image, you can convert and resize it, rotate it, crop it in many ways; You can also add borders, frames, bevels, add of text labels and watermarks or apply graphic filters such as unsharp mask, contrast or brightness correction, colorization, negative, greyscale, reflections and more. Security features and file management functions are provided. XMLHttpRequest is supported. The class can also work on local files, useful for batch processing, and can circumvent open_basedir restrictions. Files can be output directly to the browser. The error messages are internationalized, and translations provided. The class is mature and well documented, already widely used around the world. It is compatible with PHP 4 and 5.Visit publisher site: Class PHP Upload
License & Pricing Information
- License Type:
- $0.00 USD
- Additional Info:
- GPL version 2 only
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This is an excellent PHP Upload Class, it works flawlessly and provides examples for handling various file types. After encountering many upload scripts that did not work I was all set to write my own, then, this gem came along. Highly recommended!
No need to worry about all those GD functions, this program is simple and gets the job done. It has allowed me to make a couple of image Galleries for different applications.
This script is so easy to use and powerful. Everytime I need to upload and resize images I always have to go searching for some script or use the old ones I slapped together. I think I have found the script I will always use in the future. There are things that I need to comment on but neither of them may be related to the script itself. 1.) When resizing gif's that have transparent parts the transparent parts seem to turn black after resizing. I imagine this is something about gif's and not about your script. 2.) I really wasn't able to use what I downloaded off of Hotscripts because my text editor does not like it when I copy and past code from the internet. Fortunately I found the .zip file. Also in that .zip file you have a working example which is so easy to use. Regardless, great script! Thanks