Letting users upload pictures MYSQL Database

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What is the easiest way in DW to allow users to upload a picture to my website. I don't know much coding so ...how can it be done using the functionality of DW. I am using a MYSQL database.

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I would recommend using the Drupal open source content management platform (www.drupal.org) as it integrtes seamlessly with MySQL and has easy to install, configure, and use image/photo upload functionality known as Modules.

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  • Chippy088
    I think this is a task better accomplished with PHP or JAVA. This site that has a simple form to do that. You may be able to incorporate this into a page on your site.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Generally, coders r taking this kind of code in 2 ways....either upload picture somewhere on the server / store the url in Mysql, or store the picture in mysql directly (as a blob). It could be possible to let users upload picture & store full content in the DB as a blob / can store the path to the file in a varchar field. Remember, OS version is also an important part, which u did not mention here !
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