How To Let User Upload Multiple Images Without Pre-defining The Number Of HTML Upload Input Box
Nov 30, 2010
I'm looking for a way to have user upload as many images as they want (perhaps via drag and drop) or dynamically adding more upload box.I thought statically fixing (say 6) HTML upload input box is slightly limiting and the user have to click "Browse" button (6 times in this example) and navigating to the folder to pick the file.What is the best practice to achieve this so users find it easy to use? Perhaps with some AJAX magic?I also wouldn't mind having the user click "Upload more" to reveal (say 6 more) HTML upload input box.
im trying to implement a gallery of sorts where the usercan view and upload images (he can only upload once signed in). Does anyone know where i can find a gallery like this, or do i have to code it myself?
i was trying to upload images after using the upload asp control i save them into an array to upload them all at once this is working fine on the localhost but if the array contains more than 3 images on a different PC on the domain it gives me an exception
i want to add the functionality of adding profile images for each user, i search i net for help but all the examples which i found are based on just uploading images to the web application but without linking these images to the login user.
Im currently working on a project where i have a form that users fill out in order to submit issues.My ask is to give the user the ability to upload multiple files together with the form submission and also go back each time they have an update and upload more if they need.The way i have it right now is that i only have one FileUpload Control and once the Save button is clicked the file is save in the database together with the form info.
I already has a separate table for the files with reference to the ticket but im just not sure how can i allow the user to submit as many files as they want in an easy way.
i saw a post you wrote a few years ago, and you were saying how to do this task, but it was required te change the encription type. Since i'm in a user Control (and inside a Master Page), i've been trying several solutions in the web, but none of them has been satisfactory.
how to upload images to server(application/images folder) and retrive(display) from and on client PC for asp.net. its just for uplaoding logo directly to server folder and retriving from server to client. i am not getting server path on client pc for image.
I am using ASP.NET 2.0 and trying to use a simple Form to upload a file to a web service. I have the action attrib set to the url of my web service. However, in firefox, I can't see that it is making any call to that service at all. NOTE: I can throw int the below "Action" value to a browser minus the name of the web method and get a page showing the available web method so I believe the URL for the "Action" attribute is correct.
How can I see what is going on since I don't see any call be made. I am also of the opinion that this might not be the best approach. I am new to the entire web development space so I am trying to find better ways of handling problems.
(Note that I haven't bound any handlers to the page; despite this, the page is submitted when the submit button is clicked only if no text is entered into the upload text box)
Is there any way to prevent users from typing free text into a file upload control? It seems that this is only possible in IE - Firefox and Chrome natively prevent text from being entered into upload input fields.
I've seen solutions elsewhere which suggest hiding input and replacing it with a label / button combo, but this seems like it might cause more problems and work inconsistently across browsers.