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i have two pages:

1st page... let it be adminfileupload page

2nd page... home page(this will be site home page)

i have one folder in solution explorer named images.

what i want to do is adminfileupload has one fileupload control and a button named update when any one browse image file with file upload and click the button(update) then the image should be viewed in home page and also saved in images folder. each time we chose a file and click the button(update) the image should be changed. and this image should be background image, i mean i also have to show some data from database over that image.

working in c# asp.net





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