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This tutorial will walk you through how to get your visitors location (latitude/longitude) using the browsers built in mechanisms. It's quick, portable and works on most mobile devices!

we will split this tutorial in few Parts like this!

1. Create a Upload Form
2. Upload a File
    2.1 Check to See if Uploading Image is not too Big in size, we will try here to make a check through javascript & server side.
    2.2 Check to See if the Image size is not extensibly large.
3. Change the Extension of the JPEG for rendering easily in the webpage and with less Processing time.
4. Resize the Image If required (Optional)
5. Let's Also Include the Watermark Option to watermark the JPEG Image (Optional)
6. Redirect to the User to the End Page to View the Uploaded Image


When it comes to the question of "Is the record in the database, if so, update, else insert", there has to be an easy way do write it with less code.


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You will be shown how to display the images in the desired number of columns and desired number of records per page with minimal coding. When the thumbnail image is clicked on it will open another window with the large image and image description under it.

Simple way to alternate the table row colors as well as changing them with mouse overs.

I had had created a login that used cookies to give access to an area of the web site. The owner of the web site could not login to the area using Windows NT, but upon testing I could always login with my windows 98 system. I could not figure out why the NT system would not login, but I could. It seemed to be a coding error by the site owner, since other sites could be logged in to. Some time later I stumbled upon the answer.

Learn how to create a ColdFusion Shopping cart.

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