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Hi,

I know a little bit of javascript.
What do i want to achieve. (I mean that i don't want the full code)
First, The client must be able to upload photos by himself.

So what do i want.
If the client uploads a folder, my Javascript must detect by itself
how many folders.
Then it have to create by itself, links or whatever to each of these
folders.

And again.
In those folders the javascript again have to count all the pictures
in the folders by itself and display them in a slideshow or something
like that.
Who can help me, or show me a decent tutorial?
Greetz
Hannes
Jun 27 '08 #1
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Hannes schreef:
Hi,

I know a little bit of javascript.
What do i want to achieve. (I mean that i don't want the full code)
First, The client must be able to upload photos by himself.

So what do i want.
If the client uploads a folder, my Javascript must detect by itself
how many folders.
AFAIK: You cannot upload folders, only files.

Then it have to create by itself, links or whatever to each of these
folders.

And again.
In those folders the javascript again have to count all the pictures
in the folders by itself and display them in a slideshow or something
like that.
Who can help me, or show me a decent tutorial?

Javascript doesn't handle fileuploads.
Uploaded files go to some server that accepts them (or reject, depending
on the script that handles the upload.).

You need a decent tutorial about SERVERSIDE scripting, not JavaScript
(which is clientside most of the time.).

PHP is a relative easy serverside language to learn.

Regards,
Erwin Moller
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Greetz
Hannes
Jun 27 '08 #2

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