but i am not able to preview this image on mozilla so please provide me the solution for this or if it it possible using ajax then also please provide the solution. the altimate goal is: the local image which is suppose to be uploaded should first be previewed to the client or uploder.
I have a form to allow the user upload images. The user browse for an image in their computer and click open, th image to be upload is preview on the img tag. The script works fine with IE, but does not work with mozilla Netscap bowsers. Does anyone knows what could be the problem? Does the ONchange function works in Netscape? Or anyone knows a tag that can preview the image file before uploadin it. Code:
I have a form where visitors can upload an image. Rather than showing the form data and image again with a "are you sure you want to upload this stuff" button, I thought it would be neat to show a preview of the image next to the "browse" button after they indicate which image they want to upload. I'm guessing this is not possible given the image is on their systems?.?.
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 have a page with 5 file inputs and 5 img tags i have everything working but preview of course changes all the img tags so no madder what browse button i choose all fixed img tags are updated with that preview.here is a code i found and messed with a little cant seem to figure out how to add a loop or something to update just the called tag
i went through this code file and the change does not appear to be where the change should ocur im sure its in the actually script need to loop through the images field i would think like i would in php The only thing i could think to do is paste the script code 5 more times and change each variable to 1 2 3 4 5 but then ill have a big php code page there would be a way to make this work i would think
I am brand new to JQuery but love it already. I have a couple of questions about a image effect I have found on a site and have used in my website. I found it herehttp://www.htmldrive.net/items/show/136/Image-Preview-Gallery and you can see how I am using it [URL]... The problem I have is. Is there anyway to add a per-loader into the jquery while theimage loads as the images I am using are larger then what the person that made used and the images are taking a little while to load. and also when you click the image it takes you to a new page with just the image on it is there a way to stop it from doing that?
I have images on my website that I want to enlarge when the user mouses over them - but to be as smooth as this example and actually displays over top of the content as opposed to making the content move and resize. I am sure that I could build this from scratch, but really do not have time and why invent the wheel if I do not have to!
Before image upload I want users to preview their choice. For some reason JS doesn't work with all browsers except FF.When a user selects file, JS preview function should insert it into #addPreview div where preview.gif is located as a default picture. If everything goes OK preview.gif is replaced with new selected file. Otherwise wrong size or file type is detected. Alert message appears in #addPreviewAlert div.Here's my code:
Code: <!-- ALERTS --> <div id="addPreviewAlert"></div> <!-- END ALERTS -->[code]...
Tell me why Firefox works as desired, but all other browsers don't allow any preview. They don't show any JS error messages and alerts either.
I tried the script below in IE 6, 7, and 8 and it all seems to work, but it doesn't work with firefox 3. I'm trying to do a preview to an upload image, pretty much like how kijiji does it. (try it with kijiji if you want to know what I mean).This script shows a thumbnail of the image that is about to be uploaded before the form is submitted.Anybody know how to make this work in all browsers?
Code: <!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01 Transitional//EN"> <html>
I so far have a scrollable image gallery of some thumbnails, I now wish to be able to click on the thumbnails and it load the corresponding full sized image with the website and everything else behind it being darkened/dimmed.the xhtml is structured like this so far, with no links to the full size images
I'm trying to create an upload script and got that. Its a profile image upload script so everytime a user chnages the profile image the name will still be the same: userid.jpg. Is there a way to refresh my image if success...
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 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?
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.