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Limit the possibility of uploading files based on the extension

Thread began 11/18/2018 1:56 pm by María Luisa | Last modified 11/24/2018 5:59 pm by María Luisa | 209 views | 10 replies

Ray BorduinWebAssist

The first error is because you added this to the top of the page:


HTML comments need to be in the html... to do a php comment use:

<?php //Codigo_nuevo ?>

You also can't have blank lines before a redirect in php. So make sure to remove the blank lines on lines: 15,40 and 59 and update the other HTML comments above the <html> tag to use php comments instead.

I'd also remove the line:



The validation isn't working because you used the Binding for "file extension"... it is a bit confusing I know, but you should use "client file name". The validation looks for the "." before the extension to validate against and the "file extension" binding removes the ".".

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