The YUI team has been making further enhancements to the YUI library. I decided to stick together in one post all the previous resources I’ve added for the YUI Image Uploader and make sure the uploader was compatible with the latest version of the YUI Rich Text Editor.
After my previous image uploader and turbogears image uploader posts, the overwhelmingly most requested information has been a PHP implementation of the upload script. I’m not much of a PHP guru. Luckily, a few users have posted possible solutions for this. I’ve added an editor to this post that uses a PHP script to process the image on the server. The original image uploader script is compatible with the newer 2.4 version of the editor.
Whithout further delay, here is the editor. Just click on the “insert image” link under “Insert Item” to test the upload functionality. Continue reading “An Example Rich Text Editor Image Upload with PHP”
After completing the YUI Image Uploader, I received a lot of requests for a working example. I didn’t originally create a working example, because that requires server functionality that this server didn’t have. I’ve remedied the situation and have completed an example with TurboGears. Of course, any server side language or framework will do as long as you have the ability to upload and store an image.
Before you begin: Read the updates at the bottom of the page. This post was written for an older version of the YUI library.
I’ve had nothing but good things to say about the Yahoo User Interface tools. It seems to me like the developers continually add all the things from other libraries that I like into one simple to use, well documented, overall good quality library.
The new addition of the rich text editor has left me no less pleased. I can now ditch the other editors I’ve used in the past in favor of one that will be maintained. (I’ve tried two that worked, but were becoming out-dated and didn’t really have support.)