I have a PHP-script that reads image-file-source from URL-GET-parameter
and does create a thumbnail preview by using imageCopyResized() method.
I don't think the script is the problem, since i took it from available standard expert listing,
which is supposed to work ok, but I think the problem is how to include it into html code,
so that it really works. I followed a recommendation to do it like that:
but it doesn't provide the desired result (blank screen).
When I view the html source then in the browser
it appears unprocessed, so I think the recommendation
to name the php file as img src, won't really work and is a
printing mistake ? Maybe I am wrong ?
In my estimation it would only work if using php code
in the html file and retrieving the thumbnail by
using PHP code with require() or including appropriate function
returning the desired image in place of img src ?