Possible To Upload An Image Using Jquery Ajax Function?
Jan 20, 2011
Before I waste time trying to achieve this, could someone possibly tell me whether it is in fact possible to upload an image using the jquery ajax function?I have seen examples on google but they are not too clear how they achieve it.
I have a script which allow users to chnage there profile image, and it allmost works perfect. The script is set up so when a user uploads a new picture it overrides the previous one, so if a user have an ID, lets say 15, the image would be called 15.jpg. The problem is that when an new upload is finished it still shows the old image, I think by cache, and thats no good. How do I refresh the image with ajax so when the script has done uploading the image is the new one?
Then you have the resized image previewed in the form without submitting all data. And then you can send all data with Ajax, including the path of the previously uploaded image, which is stored as a variable in the iframe.I use one html file and two php scripts, which in total are less than 20 KB.
I'm amending an upload script from Max's AJAX file uploader. [URL] I wish to display the filename after the file uploaded. The text in green are added by myself. However, I failed to display success status after the upload process successful. Do you know where I made the error?
I'm actually new on jquery ajax. I just wanna ask a little idea about how to create simple file upload (with form) using ajax. I tried using this code: //form html <p id="status"></p> <form id="form1" enctype="multipart/formdata"> <input type="file" id="photo" name="photo" /> <input type="submit" id="save" name="save" value="Upload" /> </form>
I've a technical problem, i use jQuery Form Plugin and it's working well except for upload file. Effectively after uploading file we can't see any response in firebug. (You can see an example in the official website of jquery form plugin [URL] And in the response i call a script with
I am trying to implement this jQuery form plugin to do ajax file uploads. Although the documentation is great I am still a little unclear about one thing. Usually when I do ajax submissions I return a response in JSON(using PHP), something like :
When doing some simple tests I have run into a problem and I believe it is due to the way this plugin handles JSON responses. My form :
This does not result in the success event firing but rather the error event. In the plugin documentation it states that it does not handle json responses well and that it recommends wrapping the response in a textarea. Unfortunatly I'm not sure what they mean by that, and what I've tried so far has not worked. ould anyone give me some advice as to how to output the response in JSON properly? Could anyone that has used this plugin for AJAX file uploads offer any advice on doing so?
Could some-one please tell me (in simple words ? ) why client-side image resizing is not possible by JQuery - not just changing the breadth & height of an image but actually changing the image to decrease the image file's size ?
It seems possible in java & flash . I would like something like in :[URL].. I would like to have a smaller/fixed image size to upload to server, instead of doing the resizing on the server.
recommend a powerful WYSIWYG (commercial/open source) editor which has a image upload capability.I have been looking for it since morning but could not able to find it.I found CKeditor+CKFinder , but CKFinder is not available in django/python language. I tried to port to django but encountered several problems.
I have a page that contains thumbnails for a photo gallery. On this page is a link to upload more images. When you click the link a modal opens that contains an upload form (jquery colorbox in an iframe) which will allow you to upload one image (plus its name, caption, etc) at a time using PHP. When the form is submitted the image uploads and the page refreshes in the modal to allow for more uploads.
Since this modal is sitting on top of the existing gallery thumbnails I'd really like for the user to see the new thumbnail added to the page after it's uploaded.
This Scripts allows you to upload files using AJAX (I'm not an expert). The site claims it's the best way to upload files out there, and the file size is only 1 kb.
I couldn't get it to work for me. I downloaded the files to my computer, and opened the index file with my browser. It doesn't work (the demo on their site does); IE doesn't show any error messages or anything, and FF shows a single word that might be treated as an error notifier: 'undefined'. Does this thing even work? If it does, could anyone please give me detailed steps on how to using it on my site? Code:
I've created a PhP page(Main) which will list records and a link to change their "thumbnail". Clicking on it will open a "pop-up" which will present a "File input" box and when user select a file to upload, this popup-page will send the form fields to a "process page" using AJAX. This Process page will upload the file and on success returns nothing else the error to the Ajax object in Popup. On return, the popup page will just reload the thumbnail on main page if success and closes itself.
I'm sure I've described what I wanted to do. Again, in brief: Main->(Opens Popup)->Popup->(Send file using AJAX)->Process Process->(Upload File & return result to)->Popup->(Reload img on Main and closes itself)->Main Below are my codes: