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php graphics

Posted on 2011-03-18
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Experts,

I need to place a line over an image on my webpage.

I have the GD library enabled (checked w/ php.info), and have researched some of the available functions and examples online.

However, all the code produces is a text printout that we are trying to produce a png or jpeg image.

Can anyone direct me to a working tutorial?

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That's it!  Tnx.
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