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I am new to PHP but have experience in .net. I need to know a way to save images uploaded to a PHP page in a subdirectory of that page and return its path. I have checked and not found a way to give permission to an existing subdirectory in PHP. I am using wamp for development.

passed subdirectory in file_put_contents with the image file name.
got full path and appended the subdirectory.
$ImagePath = __DIR__.'/driverimages/'.$ImageName ;
file_put_contents($ImagePath, base64_decode($data->profilepic));
Although I haven't included any code here I have tried the above-mentioned steps. I know that if I create a directory from a PHP script with 0774 permission I can write to it. But I need to write to an existing subdirectory and return the image path so that it can be used in the front end to show the image.

I need to be able to write to a subdirectory from the current directory and return the path of the written image file.

What I have tried:

1. passed subdirectory in file_put_contents with the image file name.
2. got full path and appended the subdirectory.

$ImagePath = __DIR__.'/driverimages/'.$ImageName ;
file_put_contents($ImagePath, base64_decode($data->profilepic));


I know that if I create a directory from a PHP script with 0774 permission I can write to it. But I need to write to an existing subdirectory and return the image path so that it can be used in the front end to show the image.

I need to be able to write to a subdirectory from the current directory and return the path of the written image file.
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