Do you know when the file size is checked ??
I think it only gets checked after the form is posted and file uploading is
I don't know how it's possible to catch things before user uploads - now
that would be neat :-)
"Lerp" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> Hi there :) Did you set a max file size in your upload form? See my form
> below, notice the 'MAX_FILE_SIZE' value='102400' part within hidden field.
> This should appear before the rest of the form. You can adjust this value
> you wish.
> <form action='resumeupload.php' method='post'
> <input type='hidden' name='MAX_FILE_SIZE' value='102400'>
> <font color='#663399' face='verdana' size=2><b>Upload
> <input type='file' name='userfile'
> #FFFFFF; font-family: verdana; font-weight: bold; color: #9999FF;
> <input type='submit' value='Upload!!!'
> style='background-color: #FFFFFF; font-family: verdana; font-weight: bold;
> color: #9999FF; font-size: 9pt;' name="submit">
> Hope this helps, Joe :)
> "Chuck "Pup" Payne" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
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> > Hi,
> > I am trying to set a small script that would let my clients upload file
> > a Explorer or Netscape, but the problem is it would let me upload any
> > that is great than a 1MB. We get an error that the file "none" could not
> > read.
> > I have set the upload_tmp_dir=/tempupload is has been chmod to 777,
> > as been set to 20MB, I know that is a lot but we are engingeering
> > that work with CADD files.
> > Any clues where to look? The PHP 4 Bible from IDG states that we have to
> > under HTTP uploads, but nothing else. Is there some where on the net
> > explains better what I have to set up, turn on, or haven't done?
> > Thanks,
> > Chuck
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