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DevShed:
An Image is Worth a Thousand Words in PHP (Part 2)
December 22, 2005 @ 07:18:50

Devshed has posted the second part in their "An Image is Worth a Thousand Words in PHP" series today - this time working more with the content, characters, and colors.

We are about to pick up where we left off in part one, but first a quick summary of what we have done so far. We began by creating our conversion class and naming it 'img_to_txt'. Inside this class we defined several basic accessory methods, to allow our users a variety of options. Last, we also set up a method for returning the appropriate CSS markup based on the user's browser type.

That's what we've done so far - but there's a lot more to do, so let's get started.

They wrap up the series by showing how to change some of the colors (inlcuding the code for each color) and, finally, how to export it out to an image...

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