i am using <input type = "file" id = "upload"> in my html page. i want to disable the textbox of this control so that user cannot type any file location here. user can upload file only through browse button.
I am using <input type = "file" id = "upload"> in my html page. i want to disable the textbox of this control so that user cannot type any file location here. user can upload file only through browse button.
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 have a problem with the latest version of the jQuery Form Plugin (2.80). To be more precise, I guess I am doing something wrong, and with an older version (2.67) somehow it didn't matter.With the old version, the file was uploaded without problems. Now Firefox opens a new Tab on clicking the submit button and nothing is done. Chrome doesn't open a new tab, but also nothing happens. In Wireshark I can see that there is no file attached in the POST message with the older version, the file was sent.My first guess was that my file handling on the server side is erroneous - but on the other hand, when there is no file attached, what should I handle there?
I implemented Malsups jquery form and use it for ajax file uploads. Works fine in FF, but in IE as soon as the ajax has completed the upload IE gives me a File Download box - Security warning. If I click on save it save thereturnedJson object (I do JS call onsuccessto get a file list and display it). If I click cancel or save on the popup has same effect the file still gets uploaded but just looks ugly.
How can I get rid of this? All coming form the same domain, calling from the same domain. This is on a python django project and I am testing it on the dev server.
Its pretty basic jquery nothing to exciting, don't get why IE would cause.
I am wanting to simplify a page that I'm writing... the guts behind the page is PHP and wondering if it's possible to upload a photo in one click. How would I approach having the browsed file detected once it's populated into the form field and have it auto uploaded? Can this be done?
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:
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
Websites like gmail.com use a file attachment system where the sender selects the file from his/her computer to be included within the message. The thing about this is that when the file is browsed upon there is NO browse input element to be shown.
I believe this somewhat prevents the user from messing around with the embedded filepath within the browse box (if they can mess it up). It also doesn't display such an ugly looking browsing box and it's file path.
var forename = document.getElementById("forename").value; var surname = document.getElementById("forename").value;
But I don't have a clue how to get the contents of the file uploaded.
If I use:
var myfile = document.getElementById("myfile").value;
That simply returns the filename of the file, but I want the actual data in the file!Now I realise that the data probably isn't even accessed from the users hd until the form is submitted properly and sent to a server-side script (which I'm not doing), so I probably need a hackish method to make the browser send the contents to the JS function rather than as an extra 'package' to the server.
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?
I have requirement to upload file.I know how to do in normal way by refreshing page. But my requirement says i should not refresh page.So i thought of using jQuery ajax file upload. I am using jsp and java.