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[Solved] Input Get Problem

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I have a small issue on my upload manager controller with my directory href .

How my upload manager bootstrap modal works. Once my modal is launched if there are any folders displayed I can click on them and then go inside that folder.

And if there is another sub folder I can also click on that and go into that folder.

Lest say where in the folder of banners: The problem is when I click on the sub folder in side banners the url href produces


Code:
http://localhost/project/admin/common/upload/?directory=sub_folder


It should in fact produce a url like below. Where it shows that parent folder.


Code:
http://localhost/project/admin/common/upload/?directory=banners/sub_folder


I have two sections in my foreach loop one for images and one for directories.

In the foreach loop for directories href how can I make sure it will produce the correct url if in a sub folder?


PHP Code:
<?php

class Upload extends MX_Controller {

    public function 
__construct() {
        
parent::__construct();
        
$this->load->model('admin/tool/model_tool');
    }

    public function 
index() {
        if (
$this->input->get('directory')) {
            
$directory FCPATH 'uploads/' $this->input->get('directory') . '/';
        } else { 
            
$directory FCPATH 'uploads/';
        }

        
$directories glob($directory '*'GLOB_ONLYDIR);

        
$data['images'] = array();

        if (!
$directories) {
            
$directories = array();
        }

        
// Get files
        
$files glob($directory '*.{jpg,jpeg,png,gif,JPG,JPEG,PNG,GIF}'GLOB_BRACE);

        if (!
$files) {
            
$files = array();
        }

        
// This makes it display folders and images so shows the current folders and images in Modal.
        
$images array_merge($directories$files);

        foreach (
$images as $image) {
            
$name basename($image);

            if (
is_dir($image)) {

                
$data['images'][] = array(
                    
'thumb' => '',
                    
'name' => $name,
                    
'type' => 'directory',
                    
'path' => FCPATH 'uploads/' $name,
                    
'href' => site_url('admin/common/upload') .'/?directory=' $name
                
);


            } elseif (
is_file($image)) {

                
$data['images'][] = array(
                    
'thumb' => $this->model_tool->resize_image($name100100),
                    
'name' => $name,
                    
'type' => 'image',
                    
'path' => FCPATH 'upload/' $name,
                    
'href' => ''
                
);

            }
        }

        
$data['parent'] = ''

        
$this->load->view('template/common/upload'$data);
    }

Update


I have now added this code below to the is_dir foreach loop  href


Code:
'href' => site_url('admin/common/upload') .'/?directory=' .  urlencode(substr($image, strlen(FCPATH . 'uploads/')))



and produces the url below also but for some reason says %2F and not /


Code:
http://localhost/riwakawebsitedesigns/admin/common/upload/?directory=banners%2Fsub_banners


Attached Files
.php   Upload.php (Size: 1.46 KB / Downloads: 66)
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#2
Problem is now solved I had to use urldecode instead and work like a charm


PHP Code:
urldecode(substr($imagestrlen(FCPATH 'uploads/'))) 
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