Fredy-san is here, just call me Fred by short. I am just another profile maker, doing that as hobby. I never followed any formal web study or even any computer study stuffs, so basically everything I learned are from internet sites and people.
Ah yeah, currently I dont have anything exquisite in my profile. I only do code stuffs, most graphics in profile I made are from Reina Sac-chan, taken from the internet, or provided by the profile requester.
I do many code fixes for free, though people often gifts something in return. I am also making full profile, but as I said above, I only make the codes, not the graphics.
Some codes part that I liked is shared on my journal. Oh btw, I also love watching vids on my profile, so there you go, the reason why I am trying so hard to get the media BG code running.
If you wanted to request or need help with a profile, just PM me the details. But remember I am not good at drawing arts.
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As I've said, host the images else where and just store the URL in an image host. We don't directly store the image files on Gaia Tools, except for Theme previews, but if we did 40MB would be nothing. We have roughly 4.3TB of space. lol
I mean unless you're expecting excessive amount of page hits, Photobucket would work.
Well first you should use a better image host, say something like Photobucket or some other dedicated image host.
Secondly ew, dude. That's reading files on the server. You shouldn't do it that way.
What you should do is have a database table that contains the file names of the images. Get the rows, randomly generate a number ((1 to X number of rows returned) - 1) then use the number to get the row result from the result array, get the file name from that row result and concatenate the file name to a predefined directory path and use a redirect to that go to that URL - if you're hosting the images yourself. If you're using an image host just store the whole image URL in the database (the suggested method). In all it'll usually take about 0.0004ms to 0.0007ms and the rest is up to the image host, that was my results.
A free host doesn't really have much to do with the execution speed of the code. The server might have a slower read though from the db, but that shouldn't really make a noticeable impact.
What's the algorithm & queries you're using?