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Display Image in website using uploaded link of the formAsked by ellie123 on July 25, 2014 at 11:46 AM
PLEASE READ MY EDIT BELOW - AS I BELIEVE IT IS AN EASIER ANSWER.... THANK YOU
(First of all, I am the same person as the OP, I have 2 JF accounts, so not infringing on anybody's thread.)
I am trying to show my users uploaded image on my website - and when I use the following link:
It only gives me a way to direct download, it won't actually display the image, I have tried both checking and unchecking the box to "Download Image" as David suggested above, but no luck.
Can you offer any other advice for how I can show this image? I should note that I have the file name in my MySql DB so I have some control over the output ...
The link I get when getting the image to show, rather than a download is:
There's a couple examples, it seems much different from the download link.
Here is a simple form you can clone to test the these links compared to the download ones:
Thank you so much - how do I clone this form?
ie - hwo do I see the field, field settings, etc?
Here is our guide on cloning a form from a URL:
It is just a simple file upload field with image verification turned on and download turned off.