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Great, glad to hear that Steve, no problem! Of course some more testing is needed.

One more thing: you may want to add some kind of control to check if a user uploads an image which is too small, I don’t think it would be good to let users upload 50×50px images, unless they know what they’re doing.

I love it when a php plan comes togheter :D


Yep thats cool, we have that in hand. Just gonna remove out existing uploader on development site and shoehorn new code in and we are in business I think.

I am sure within a few weeks or months, there will be a multitude of people asking the very same questions I had, and looking for a responsive solution.

Cheers Andrew


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