First of all we must connect to our database
It is possible for us to store/save our images (binary files) into a mySQL database in PHP. In this article, we will discuss about “how to store images, audio, or another binary files into mySQL database with PHP script”. But, before we continue to the further step, you might want to consider some reason of why we should and why we shouldn’t store binary files in a database:
Reasons to store your images (binary files) in a database:
- Storing in a database allows better security for your files and images.
- Eliminates messy directory and file structures (this is especially true when users are allow to contribute files).
- Files/Images can be stored directly linking to user or advertiser information. Read More
It is an excellent idea to consistenly and logically comment your htaccess files. Any line in an htaccess file that begins with the pound sign ( # ) tells the server to ignore it. Multiple lines require multiple pounds and use letters/numbers/dash/underscore only:
# this is a comment
# each line must have its own pound sign
# use only alphanumeric characters along with dashes - and underscores _
Apache server software provides distributed (i.e., directory-level) configuration via Hypertext Access files. These
htaccess files enable the localized fine-tuning of Apache’s universal system-configuration directives, which are defined in Apache’s main configuration file. The localized
htaccess directives must operate from within a file named
htaccess. The user must have appropriate file permissions to access and/or edit the
htaccess file. Further,
htaccess file permissions should never allow world write access — a secure permissions setting is “644”, which allows universal read access and user-only write access. Finally,
htaccess rules apply to the parent directory and all subdirectories. Thus to apply configuration rules to an entire website, place the
htaccess file in the root directory of the site.
How to save the resource in our project code? Should we repeat writing the same code in every page/file? We can save a lot of our time and resource by putting the same code or lines into a function or procedure.
In some programming language, such as Pascal, Batch, C, PHP, etc., we can make a single special file where we can store our functions and procedure, also some constant. Read More