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Thread began 7/13/2010 11:11 am by mrobben375515 | Last modified 7/13/2010 2:03 pm by Jimmy Wu | 813 views | 1 replies |


Upload Module

I'm using digital file pro to allow customers to upload images to our website. Right now they would have to zip their photos together and upload it as one file. That file size seems to big to upload, even with the php.ini settings set to allow very large uploads. I'm wondering if you guys have anything like the demo in the link below where customers can add files and upload them. The problem with the example below is that we would have no way of knowing which customers uploaded what, and that's why we would like to use your plugins if possible...


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Jimmy Wu

Unfortunately, we don't have anything prebuilt like that that would fit those needs. Developing something like that would be difficult (if possible) using our extensions, since the example you gave is a flash based solution. If you use our extensions, you would have to have upload pages and manage upload pages to allow for deletion of files.

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