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Multiple Image Uploads Solution

Thread began 5/29/2015 11:12 am by Paul | Last modified 1/26/2017 12:07 pm by Ray Borduin | 1390 views | 2 replies |

PaulBeta Tester

Multiple Image Uploads Solution

I've been looking for a simple php based script to upload multiple images.
I've added to the WA wishlist on this forum but its not clear what the decision process/criteria to move into development, so it could sit there and just gather dust.

If anyone is interested, i've found something that gets real close to this requirement and could potentially be tweaked to use alongside WA's DB code. I've tried it and it works just fine, plus its very straightforward to configure.

Anyhow, its attached.

Contact details are within.

WA guys, is it worth doing a feasibility study on building something similar in one of your extensions?

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Looking to do this using DropZone (

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I could help you integrate this with the WebAssist File Upload code in a premier support ticket. It should be pretty easy to wrap the existing upload code in a loop for each file.

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