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File Size, Image Size

Thread began 8/29/2010 9:09 am by Cologne | Last modified 8/31/2010 3:19 pm by Cologne | 1564 views | 12 replies

Cologne

File Size, Image Size

Hi,

maybe I asked that times before, but its hard to figure out how that works and how it should be inserted into the page.

Again, it starts with all those enteries in the bindings panel. UPLOAD-FILE and FORM[0] where you can find th informations for the upload file.


I want to limit the filesize to 1MB - and have an error message (filesize is to big)

I want to limit the min image size to 50px width - and an error message (your file needs to be bigger that 50px width)

I want it required to upload an image - error message (please choose an image file)

I want only images - Errormessage (only images are allowed)


does that only work with server validation? How does it work? Which validation type do I choose?

It would be nice to have a tutorial for that, so that I dont have to ask again and again. DFP was easier cause it checks the file size etc.

Thanks for hlep and patience

Denis

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