Dave and Colin!
Thanks a lot. Now it works fine!
Quoting Colin Ross <colinross(at)gmail(dot)com>:
> Using that, you could just point the src atribute of an img tag to that url,
> <img src="http://www.jo-jos-jewellery.co.uk/system/showimage.php?id=<?php
> echo $imgId ?>" />
> OR present the data inline using the object tag (but that gets tricky fyi
> and cane be kinda slow for all but the most trivial of images [hence why its
> highly discouraged by the w3c]
> <OBJECT id="necklace"
> data="data:image/jpeg;base64, *...base64 data...*">
> A Necklace
> Again, I **highly** recommend the first method
> On 6/13/07, Dave Page <dpage(at)postgresql(dot)org> wrote:
>> Mihail Mihailov wrote:
>>> Hi Dave and thanks for advice.
>>> You show in your example how to create an html file containing only one
>>> How do you insert multiple graphical images into a "mixed" document
>>> containing text and graphical images?
>>> Do I still have to save bytea data into a temporary file (how?) and than
>>> get in with <img> tag?
>> No, I showed how to return an image in response to a http request using
>> php, e.g:
495. No HTML
>> or text was served at al. That URL (or variations thereof) can be used
>> directly in an <img> tag as many times as you want in a single HTML
>> Regards, Dave.
>> ---------------------------(end of broadcast)---------------------------
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