auto-display of jpg file behind a php script
I need more help on this one: I have a WordPress post which basically
points to a php script URL, that will give back a jpeg file.
My intention is to generate a URL for the WordPress post so that if
people access this URL from their browser, the browser picks up the url
to the PHP script, gets the jpeg file behind the script, and displays
the jpeg file.
What the browser instead displays is the alternate text, or if I take
that out, a graphic icon that the user must click, before the image
itself is displayed.
Is there a way to avoid this extra click? My Web browsing says it is a
security feature, but if a jpeg file is behind the php, and the user
had already requested a jpeg file, it seems to me the extra click is
Thanks in advance!
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