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Mon Jan 28 20:08:27 CET 2008
On 28 ene, 07:43, Jumping Arne <arn... at mac.com> wrote:
> Before I've just placed the images on a server where the script didn't need
> to bother about it. Now I'm considering to let the script handle the images
> also, that is serve them to the browser when requested. I've tried two
> different approaches in other scripts:
> + Put them somewhere outside the scope of the script and link to them.
> + In my own code open the images, read the data and send it back
> (is there a library for this?).
For static images, just let the webserver deal with them, surely will
do a better job.
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