boolean addHTMLImage (
$c_type = 'application/octet-stream'
string $name = ''
If sending an HTML message with embedded images, use this function to add the image.
string $file - The image file name or the image
string $c_type - The content type of the image
string $name - The filename of the image. Only
$file contains the image data.
boolean $isfile - Whether
is a filename or not.
string $content_id - The Content-ID value to use
for the embedded image. A NULL value will generate a suitably unique Content-ID.
When referencing the embedded image with an <img> tag, set
the "src" attribute to be "cid:whatever", where
"whatever" is the Content-ID.
boolean - Returns TRUE on success,
PEAR_Error on failure.
|Error code||Error message||Reason||Solution|
"File is not readable
||The file was not found or the script has not enough rights to access the file.||Check the file name and path. Check user and file permissions.|
"Could not open
||The file is already opened and exclusivly locked by another application.||In the most cases a programm opens the file for writing. addHTMLImage() does no file locking, so this problem is not caused by competitve callings of this function.|
This function can not be called statically.