Store Image Uploads On Server With Summernote, not the default base 64! If you do image uploads through Summernote you will notice that it stores base 64 code for the image. If you are saving that kind of code in your database you will notice that it bloats the database. This will cause lag time on your server. The much better option is upload the image to the file system and store the actual image in a directory. Please navigate to page #4 to see the video on how this is done. For written instructions with code please read on.
Setting Up To Store Image Uploads On Server With Summernote Not Base 64 *
Let us set up our server to store images though summernote on a directory. First we will create 2 files and one folder on our server. For this example we will create an index.php file then we will create an editor-upload.php file. The index.php code is on the next page.
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