You can use any image from your page as an image src in a php page. However, I want to use the image from Flickr that I took with my camera. For this, I have to use the full path to the image. The easiest way to do that is to use the URL of the image as the src value. But, you can also create a unique ID that can be used the same way. For example, I just created an ID called “flickr_id”.
The other issue is that you must use the full path of the image. If you use the page-relative path, the url of the image will not be matched. I got this same problem when I tried to use the URL of the image as the src in a php page. The solution is to use the ID of the image and use the URL of the image as the src.
The other thing that was a little confusing in the video was the part where they said, “Remember, you can use the URL of the image as the src in the php page.” This is a little confusing because the URL of the image is still the same as the URL of the page, but the page’s source (or the page’s ID) is different.
Yeah, I get that sometimes it’s a little confusing and sometimes it’s really important to remember, but sometimes it’s just confusing.