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Upload zip file and limited byte size

Thread began 6/23/2010 9:44 pm by mike401680 | Last modified 6/24/2010 10:46 am by Jason Byrnes | 643 views | 1 replies |


Upload zip file and limited byte size

I was wondering is therre a way to upload zip files and keep the image below a certain byte size.

My client wishes to upload 3mb zip files and at the momnt the site spools out on bigger images, 1 to 1.5 mb are ok but anything bigger then no joy, I would like to set a limied of 4mb but any below this size can be uploaded.

Kind regards, Mike

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

To limit the size of the uploaded file, use Server Validation included with CSS Form Builder.

Use Number validation, Select the File Field File Size from the bindings panel, and set the maximum number in the number validation settings to the maximum size in bytes you wish to allow. For 4MB use 4,194,304.

the problem you are having with uploading larger files is due to php server settings. See the following page for details on php.ini settings that control the allowed size of uploaded files:

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