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- Dan Charette
May 13, 2009, 8:51 am
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I have a security camera which ftp's jpegs to a web site when the camera
vision is triggered by movement. Obviously when I go the web site using IE7
I'll simply see the directory with a list of the jpgs which have been posted
there. Most of them are false alarms.
I'd like to do two things.
Firstly I'd like to have a bit of HTML code that simply produces the jpegs
into thumb views on the page rather than a list view. Secondly and
secondarily - this is a nice to have - I'd like to have the opportunity of
deleting jpegs that don't need to be retained, and I wondered whether
there's a way of logging in to the page when viewing it by using the
username and password.
If this isn't the best place to ask or if there's a page I can go to I'd
appreciate any pointers.
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