floIcon: Read and write images from ICO files

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This class can be used to read and write icon images to files in the ICO format.

It can parse ICO files and extract individual icon images into PHP GD image resources.

The class can also merge ICO files and add new images to an ICO file.

It supports ALL icon image sizes and standard bit depths including transparency!

UPDATED 2009-03-16: Now supports Vista ICO files with PNG!

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ICO files are used to store data of icon images associated to Microsoft Windows applications.

ICO files can also be used to define icons of Web sites. Most browsers display Web site icons near location input that shows the current page URL.

This class can be used to read and write icon files, opening new possibilities for PHP applications that can take advantage of dynamic generation of Web site icons.

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sample.php Example Fully functional sample.
floIcon.php Class floIcon class file, includes floIcon class and floIconImage supporting class
display_picture.php Example Suplement to sample.php

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