I was trying to run this snippet on a page, and all I'm
seeing is a broken image icon. All of the images are there
and correctly permitted, if the randomly generated file is
put in the page, it runs beautifully, but that's not what I
am looking for.
so I'm curious about the directory.
I'm using a "http://your.host.here/path/to/images"-- is this
incorrect? I would think it was necessary. does it need to
live in the ~user/www/cgi-bin/ directory?
I can tell I'm missing something really simple here, and it's
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