WEB help with PHOTO UPLOADER?

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  1. Gonefishin

    Gonefishin Active Member

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    which one do you guys use and could someone help me get one setup? :x:

    I already have a domain + hosting.

    It's just for my buddies and I to use as a permanent host for pics/files.
     
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    i have a script but it required php 4 or 5 and a mysql db.
    ill do it for $10.

    you can see an example of it here: www.dumpedimage.com
     
  3. Gonefishin

    Gonefishin Active Member

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    did you write that?
     
  4. Jesse

    Jesse PSN: iamajesse; XBL: Inhale My Rod; G8 GT crew; Ne OT Supporter

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    quid I Piss Excellence OT Supporter

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    ill buy that script for 10$ :x:
     
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    OP: Just search for uploader scripts, it's just a series of code you can build around your site. Makre sure your Webhost accept php upload, and ask what max_upload_size in the global php.ini is set to..
     
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    Search this term on google and u should find what you need "yabsoft advanced image hosting nulled"

    popular imagehosting sites use that scrpit. like imageshack.us, etc.
     

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