Re: apache2 and php rendering
On Thu, Sep 08, 2005 at 06:01:07PM -0400, Bernd Prager wrote:
> I'm trying to use some Flickr images on my website and wrote a php
> script that gets me the link.
> Within the html page I want to use now a tag like <img
> src="/php/getImage.php" /> for the image.
> If I call the script directly in the browser with
> "http://myserver/php/getImage.php" I get the desired image.
> But when I try to include the img tag above in the /index.html file
> above it doesn't get rendered.
> I'm using apache2 and libapache2-mod-php4.
> Has anybody done this? What do I miss?
What exactly does the script deliver to the browser?
To be used within <img src="..."/>, the script would have to return
the image data itself, i.e. some stream of MIME type image/jpeg, for
example. Returning a link/URL to the image won't work here, as the
browser does not resolve indirections in this context.
You could dynamically create the HTML with the image link properly