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Below is the code that works:
$list = file_get_contents(“”);
$request = new Google_HttpRequest($list, ‘POST’, ‘files/picture’);
‘mimeType’ => ‘image/jpeg’,
‘file’ => ”,
‘name’ => ‘filename.ext’,
‘description’ => ”,
‘source’ => ”,
‘visibility’ => ‘public’
‘boundary’ => ”,
‘access_token’ => ”,
‘alt’ => ”,
‘fields’ => ‘files’,
‘message’ => ”,
‘photo’ => ”
$response = $request->send();
Reference: Uploading a picture to Google Drive – PHP using OAUTH 2.0
The structure of the Google’s file_get_contents method has changed, as the documentation tells. It requires that your page should return the JSON format, like this:
The content of this JSON can be fetched by using the following method:
$json = file_get_contents(“”);
You don’t need to include the original filename and extension when you upload files. As for the error message, it’s looking for the file. The correct syntax for is:
Without the brackets, then it’s a tag, not HTML.
(CNN) President Donald Trump’s orders to ban citizens from certain majority-Muslim countries from entering the United States do not violate the Constitution.
A federal court Wednesday dismissed the lawsuit by two Iraqi residents and the ACLU against the President’s executive order and argued the order does not violate the Constitution. The ruling, issued by a three-judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, is the first of its kind.
“We dismiss the appeal as moot,” Chief Judge Sidney Thomas wrote for the panel.
“We decline to opine on the myriad constitutional questions that are debated in this litigation, and we do not decide what we think the appropriate constitutional rule should be,” the opinion states.
The two Iraqis contend the order violates the Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection and freedom of religion.
Read MoreBANNER HILLS – When children complained that after playing basketball at the swimming pool, they could no longer stay in the water, one of them asked a pool manager why someone would put a door in the side of the pool so that the room no longer had windows.
“I told him it was to stop the kids from peeking through,” the manager said.
Betsy Samonsen, a project manager for the city, said she recalls reading about the new metal doors at a meeting, but “we were not asked for, or granted, permission to install them.”
With metal side doors that look like oversized garage doors, the city has successfully dealt with a group of children who brazenly walk out of the pool on a warm summer evening. As water pours over the wall, the kids have sometimes opted to stay in the pool.
“It’s kind of a challenge for us to get them to leave the pool,” Samonsen said.
The city does not have a policy for treating the youngsters, but one option would be to get a K-9 officer, said Sharon Stanley, the city’s director of public works.
The metal-panel doors will