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Progress Bar for multiple file uploads

Thread began 11/04/2011 4:43 am by links347568 | Last modified 11/04/2011 10:22 am by Jason Byrnes | 1238 views | 1 replies |


Progress Bar for multiple file uploads

Can someone please confirm if it is possible to attach individual progress bars to multiple file uploads? I am creating an upload page with up to 10 file uploads. Also, is it possible to edit the file upload php code that the system generated for the first file upload or have I got to create additional instances for each file?

I am thinking of upgrading to DFP2 (for the progess bar facility) but have read a lot of negative comments about the progress bar feature i.e. plays the upload animation but there is no way of knowing how much of the file has been uploaded and it also appears to keep spinning, even though, the file upload may be complete?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

the progress bar is for the entire form, it cannot be used for individual elements. you cannot have a separate progress bar for each file field on the page.

to upload multiple files, you need to add an Upload File Behavior for each file field.

if there are 10 file fields on the page, you need 10 upload file behaviors.

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