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Are you having trouble finding a creative, professional and reliable company to complete your web project?

We are PHPology, an award winning collective of freelance PHP web developers and web designers based in London, UK.

From ecommerce web design, to blogs, to email marketing, whatever you want, we've heard and delivered it before. We're passionate professionals and nothing makes us happier than delivering award winning web sites for our clients.

If you are looking for an affordable, creative, result driven, web agency in the UK then we will be delighted to hear from you.

Web Design

Web design companies will always be judged on their quality of design, so we work with our customers to ensure that we get the best visual impact for their website and ensure that the website is clean and easy to use.

Web Development

We have the knowledge and experience necessary to execute your project in the most simpliest way. As a web developement company this is our core game, turning beautiful designs into stunning fully functional websites.

Search Engine Optimisation

Search engines are a major and obvious traffic generator. We can help you to get the right strategy to suit your website in order to stay ahead of the competition by getting more visits, conversions, repeat visits and recommendations.

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Merging images side by side with PHP and GD

Previously I wrote a script example of merging transparents PNG's side by side so here is a JPG version of the code.

Merging transparent PNG images side by side with PHP and GD

I had to work on a small script for a front developer at work where he wanted to view a single image which basically merged 40 images side by side.