> I think there is a way to insert binary image data in your html, but is
> there any particular reason you need to do that?
> First you would need to encode it in some ascii equivalent (check
> w3c.org, I think) ...and it would increase the size of your html page
> while rendering the browser's image cache useless...
> This will both increase the page's load time and your server's bandwidth
> requirements, as well as possibly being a pita to implement :-/
> I would suggest you store the image filenames in the table, and paste
> that into your html...
> On 7/15/03 1:25 PM, "Dan Anderson" <dan@stripped> wrote:
>> I have created a BLOB field to store images. Is there any way to
>> embed them within HTML with something like:
>> <image start: jpeg>
>> Thanks in advance,
blob datatype. But again why do this. use a file system and put the
file's address in the database.
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