How to Delete an Image from the Server using TinyMCE editor with PHP

Hello Friends, In this tutorial we will learn how to delete an image from the server using TinyMCE editor with PHP code, you can follow these steps:

First, you need to locate the image file on the server that you want to delete. You can use a file manager or FTP client to navigate to the directory where the image is located.

Once you have located the image file, you can use PHP code to delete the file from the server. Here's an example code snippet:

// Specify the path and file name of the image you want to delete
$filePath = "path/to/image.jpg";

// Delete the file from the server
  echo "The file has been deleted.";
} else{
  echo "The file does not exist.";

After deleting the image file from the server, you also need to remove the image reference from your content in TinyMCE editor. You can use the following code to remove the image element from the content:

// Get the HTML content from the TinyMCE editor
$content = $_POST['content'];

// Create a new DOMDocument object
$doc = new DOMDocument();

// Load the HTML content into the DOMDocument object

// Find the image element in the content
$image = $doc->getElementsByTagName('img')->item(0);

// Remove the image element from the content

// Get the updated HTML content
$content = $doc->saveHTML();

This code uses the DOMDocument object to parse the HTML content from the TinyMCE editor, find the image element, and remove it from the content. Once the image element has been removed, you can save the updated HTML content back to the TinyMCE editor.

Note that the above code snippets are only examples and may need to be adapted to your specific use case. In addition, deleting files from the server should be done with caution as it cannot be undone. Be sure to back up your files before making any changes