well in fact i have never used Blogs
so my answer is going to be just about php
but if you r asking about the process
then u have to stor the images in binary fields in db using fopen and fread or file_get_contents
then to show them back u just have to use the mime type and image size then add some header vars and that will be enough
well Mr Diafol, using php there is a $****['Column Name'] and the like and it is used to retrieve text or numerical numbers...
As for the link i have been there done that and as much as they say they wor, the y do not work on the hosting platform i am using, which is IIS and the Webhosting server i am using Zimonline.... so when you call on an image you get the best ever Computer Giberish ever instead of an image....
You'll need a php script, e.g."image.php", that will pretent to be a jpg/png or other image file.
So you'll end up with html like this <img src='image.php' />
The code in "image.php" will be something like this:
//VERY IMPORTANT: The first line of code tells your browser that this file will now act like a jpeg file
* Next you get your blob data from your database.
* You can do this the same way that you normally
* get a string from the database (possibly getString(), not clear on what that does),
* or you can do the following.
$db_connection = mysql_connect('localhost', 'mysql_user', 'mysql_password');
$db_results = mysql_query("SELECT image FROM table WHERE id = '123'");
$db_row = mysql_fetch_array($db_results);
//Next, output your image content
//I havent tested this yet, but it should get you moving in the right direction