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I can't upload photos

Thread began 8/23/2016 2:44 pm by Jose | Last modified 8/23/2016 5:21 pm by Jose | 152 views | 4 replies


I can't upload photos

Hello, I created file upload to insert product image but not work properly. I have followed the documentation but I don't know what is wrong. If you can help me with that I will appreciate it. I have a form that use any post to insert products. Something like name, price etc. Now I want to insert the product image into a folder. I use ProductImage as field which is type file so I can browse the image well. When I created the file upload I set it by default. I only assigned the variable name which is ProductImage and the folder where I want to upload the image. And I let it with any post. So I don't know what wrong. Please give your advice about that.

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