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how to validate upload file size limit?

Thread began 9/05/2016 4:11 am by tony | Last modified 9/06/2016 12:10 pm by tony | 1061 views | 5 replies


Originally Said By: HBak82161085
  That should work. US format should be fine. I don't think it will actually matter since no commas or decimals will be in the number anyway.  

Thanks for the reply.
But how can I set a size limit of 20MB?
Should I set Maximum to 20480000 (20 480 000)?

I tried everything with different format (english, european, international) but it always fail validation.

In the panel bindings there is another series of server values:
uploads/[FileName]: File Size
... where "uploads" should be my upload folder.

What can I do whit these values? Should I use them instead of the first ones (se my attachment above)?

Sorry for all these questions but unfortunately I'm in a hurry.

Thanks Again for your help.


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