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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.

 
 
 
 

Five Tutorials That Might Interest You!

Refreshing Captcha in Coldfusion Just Like PHP. It can be done using Coldfusion 8 and small Javascript Function. Actually There are two ways how we can generate the Captcha and Make a bit difficult to read and another is a simple technique to generate the Captcha.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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.

 
 
 
 

This tutorial will allow you to enable sitewide error handling with CFERROR. Look like a real professional and display your own custom error page when an error has occurred, instead of the default Cold Fusion page. Not only that, once the error page has been displayed, the details of the error will be automatically emailed to you.
 
 
 
 
 
 

This code detects the most common user agents (web browsers) and notifies you via email if it is not a recognized user agent as defined in the code. Usually this will be a bot of some sort. Extrememly useful for tracking how often Google, Yahoo, etc visits your site. It will email you the bot and a reverse IP lookup url with the IP appended so you can verify if it is a "good bot" or a "bad (spam) bot" (then you can block that IP or stop processing of the page). Use this in your home page or as an include file throughout your site. Nothing fancy it should work on MX also although I have not tested it there.
 
 
 
 

This tutorial is designed to show you how to get a record count of the results returned by your database query. It also show you how to then chart those results.
 
 
 
 

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