3 Newest Tutorial Submissions!
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.

 
 
 
 

Five Tutorials That Might Interest You!
Have you ever wanted to display a count of how many people are on your web site at any given moment? This tutorial will demonstrate to you how to achieve just that. It will count your web site's active sessions and allow you to display them to your visitors.
 
 
 
 

This tutorial will show you how you can parse through your IIS (web server) log files and insert the values into a database, therefore allowin you to display real-time stats to your visitors (i.e hits this week, etc..)
 
 
 
 

Make your email messages stick out in the users inbox with barely any effort
 
 
 
 

How to read EXIF and IPTC data from a JPEG image.
 
 
 
 

This tutorial picks up where the Dynamic Columns tutorial left off, showing you how to not only output your data in a specified number of columns, but how to do it while still publishing well formed HTML.
 
 
 
 
 

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