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cudazi Envato team says

I’m looking for a better way to grab image sizes dynamically, will getimagesize() work on nearly every PHP setup? PHP .net says “Note: This function does not require the GD image library.”

http://php.net/manual/en/function.getimagesize.php

Just curious – thanks!

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andyc225 says

It should work on any PHP4 + installation.

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cudazi Envato team says

Thanks Andy

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