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Maximum pixel size for image upload

Thread began 12/15/2009 2:57 pm by kdavid379212 | Last modified 12/15/2009 4:55 pm by kdavid379212 | 980 views | 1 replies


Maximum pixel size for image upload


I searched the forum and didn't find a posting for this particular issue I'm having.

I have the very latest version of Digital File Pro running on Dreamweaver CS4 on a 64-bit Windows 7 machine. I'm uploading images to a server running CentOS 4.6 and PHP 4.3.9. The problem I'm having is that the upload will simply fail and my browser returns an empty page. After hours of troubleshooting, I finally discovered by accident that images will successfully upload if they are smaller than a certain pixel size. I'm not sure what the exact size is, but an image that is 1280 pixels wide will upload just fine, but one that is 1800 pixels wide will fail. Guaranteed.

I should also note that this has nothing to do with the file size as I have the PHP values turned up well higher than any image size and can actually upload 50M Flash movies from the same script with no problems.

I looked in the helper php setting and could not find any setting limiting this pixel size. Do you happen to know what is causing this to happen? Any help would be greatly appreciated.


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