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  1. First of all, i am particularly focusing on the cross-reference across files feature. What is it? Simply say, it is like writing Java in Eclipse or Netbeans: When we "dot" a class, a pull down list of member variables show up. When we "ctrl + click" on a usage (of a variable, of a class, of a method, etc), it jumps to the definition of it. I particularly see this feature very helpful, especially when our project goes huge. If we don't need the benefits from this feature, why not use the free and quick editor - Notepad++ ? Many PHP dev tools are equipped with the reference feature. B
  2. Hello, Can anyone show me a demo of a code, I'm looking for a form that uses text and file upload. I need a form that has details such as title and content, but I also want an image upload where it saves the file to my FTP server in a folder called Uploads and then it saves the filename and extension to the database, along with the other details from the form. Can anyone give me the code and explain it please! Thanks in advance.
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