How to limit file size before uploading it? This script works fine, but you have to configure first your browser to make the alert window appear. Which is not good at all This script only runs in IE6/7/8.
How to make the alert window appear without any browser configurations?
I developed a web application and it is working fine, except for one issue. The application includes uploading files from a JSP to my servlet, and the issue is that i would like to have a limit for the uploaded files on the client side (before actually uploading it).
I would like to add that I have my application running on Oracle application Server, JSPs for displaying the forms, MultiPart Java API for getting the form input values and files to my servlet and everything is developed in JAVA.
Either by limiting the file size or the limiting the whole request size sent to the servlet.
In JSP / HTML, I want to restrict the size of file being uploaded.
If the size of file more than a specific size say 5MB, i want to give mesage to the user. I don't want to wait till the file gets uploaded to server and then validate the file size. I need client side validation. Can it be done using scripting language or any other way?
I need a solution for this in Internet Explorer. There is already a solution I got using ActiveX control:
But ActiveX controls not allowed in our application. Is there any alternative way for this?
I have used this script for multiple upload using one file control. In this i have give limit for upto 3 times user can upload. also user can remove which is uploaded. But main problem is when user remove last uploaded file than its ok but when user remove first uploaded file and then add new file that time user can upload more than 3 files? Whats the problem I can`t found.
My script is
I have written some code using transient cookies to send an edited essay from one html page to another. Each paragraph of the essay is saved in separate cookie. If the essay is 4 paragraphs long then I write 4 different cookies.
This works on a Macantosh in Internet Explorer but for some reason on a PC the cookies turn up empty. If I make the essay shorter then it works on a PC, so it looks as if I am running up against the size limitation on cookies? Is 4kb the limit of the total number of cookies on a page? Do transient cookies have the same size limit as cookies with an expiration date? I dont even think the essays are 4kb long.
Should I give up on cookies to move so much data and if so what technology would you recommend I use? (No Database).
I seem to be experiencing a character length cut-off with XMLHTTPRequest. I suspect this because the ActiveX .XMLHTTP works just fine for supporting IE. The data supposed to be recieved is a database outputting in an HTML table format. Any gecko based browser cuts off at about 4200 characters Code:
Everything above here works great, i just need to cut it to a certin lenght before its displayed
Im not sure what to put into the function to get it to do what is want echo trimStr(**************);?>
I have a problem with XHR size limit. I want to transmit text information for page to a PHP script which saves it in a MySQL database but the data are cut off. When I reload the page the changes I made are gone. Firebug produces the following message:
... Firebug request size limit has been reached by Firebug. ...
This is my XHR function:
My question is: Is there a size limit in XHR POST requests? If yes how to disable it or is a browser issue?
In JSP / HTML, I want to restrict the size of file being uploaded.
<input type="file" name="myfile"/>
If the user trying to upload a file size bigger than some value say 5MB, i want to give mesage to the user. I don't want to wait till the file gets uploaded to server and then validate the file size. I am looking for client side validation. Can it be done using scripting language or any other way?
Need a solution for this in Internet Explorer. I got a solution using ActiveX control:
var myFSO = new ActiveXObject("Scripting.FileSystemObject"); var filepath = document.getElementById('myfile').value; var thefile = myFSO.getFile(filepath); var sizeInBytes = thefile.size;
But ActiveX controls are not allowed in our application. Is there any alternative way for this?
If I have an image upload box on my page and I wanted to check the image either after selected or before the form is submitted to import it, is there a line or command I can use to return the size in pixels(width*height)...
I've seen it done and I'm assuming jscript has something to offer here but my googling has come up a bit short so I'm not too sure where to begin..
I have used ASP.net 1.1. In that application user can upload the file(any printable document like doc/xls/ppt/pps/jpg/gif etc.,). The user allows to upload a max of 4MB.
But if the user uploads more than 4MB I'll issue a msg. But in slow network, the user needs to wait for much time to upload and even get error msg.
* Is there any way to do achieve this? * The user should not change security settings in browser, if u suggests some method. * If it is not possible/meaningful then please tell me the reasons very clearly. So I can stop searching. * Please note any printable document can be uploaded.
I'm trying to put in place a file upload validation check. So at the client-side, the User selects a file. Before uploading, at the GUI, if the file exceeds an imposed limit, it will prompt the User that it exceeds the permitted size for upload.
And if it is within the permitted size, the full file path of the file to be uploaded will then be obtained and then used for the actual upload to the Server.
My program is built on EXTJS and Java, running using Tomcat. Browser restricted to Internet Explorer 7 only.
I'm writing a class that will enable the user to upload files to the server without reloading the current page (using target="iframe"), and it works just fine in Firefox, but when I test it in IE, first of all, the iframe is not targetted at all, and IE stupidly opens a new window, second the <input type="file" element looses it's name attribute for some reason... I tried using DOM and assigning the element thru innerHTML, both will just not work in IE (and will just fine in Firefox). Those interested to have the source code (commented in french) may just ask me. But if anyone had similar problems, and would want to share with me, I'd really much appreciate, because this is driving me insane!
All my font-sizes are set as relative sizes in CSS (large, medium, small, x-small, etc). Let's say something is set in CSS to be xx-large, but a visually impaired user wants it displayed even bigger. Can a script determine an element's absolute size, *as it is being rendered by the browser*, and then increment the element's font-size in absolute terms?
I'm attempting to make a web page that adapts to the size of your browser size when it maximized. Because I'm only 15 I'm not such a great programmer or coder. I've done my best with the resources I have though (Fluent in Lua and a natural ability to pick languages syntax up quickly)
Here is what I have so far, it doesn't work and it is starting to puzzle me. As it seems correct as I look at it. I'm sorry if this question show my ignorance. I try my best to hide it.
Some of it is Copy pasted from sources on Google. But only for educational purposes, I learn off reading, examining and testing out snippets.
I'm basically trying to get the max size of the window and resize the div accordingly.