Well... you asked for it :D
Here's the code:

Key: When the user puts the URL or clicks the "Browse" button, they're 
required to hit the "Show Picture" button. This puts that picture into 
the 'pic[]' img space, and enables picInc[].

I didn't bother putting the javascript function picShow in here, because 
that works and doesn't cause problems.

I'm about to leave work at this very moment so I apologize for not 
cleaning up the table tags beforehand.. I need to get out of here.. lol

<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[0]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[0]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('0');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[0]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[1]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[1]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('1');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[1]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[2]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[2]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('2');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[2]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[3]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[3]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('3');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[3]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[4]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[4]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('4');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[4]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[5]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[5]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('5');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[5]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[6]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[6]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('6');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[6]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[7]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[7]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('7');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[7]">Include</center></td>
<td><center><img height="1" width="1" src="blank.jpg" 
name="pic[8]"><br><input type="file" name="picname[8]"><br><input 
type="button" value="Show Picture" onClick="picShow('8');"> <input 
type="checkbox" disabled name="picInc[8]">Include</center></td>

As I said before, its not even a problem with the pictures themselves.. 
as I noted in my PHP code earlier, I looped through it just printing the 
current $_FILES index it was working on, and it stops at 4 (the fifth 
file) no matter what...  Other people have mentioned that their 5+ file 
uploads work just fine... I don't think I've done anything different 
between picname[4] and picname[5]...


Paul Nicholson wrote:

> Hash: SHA1
> Hey,
> AFAIK, There is no "limit" on the amount of files that can be uploaded at
> once. Could you post the html code for the form?
> Note: The post_max_size should be larger than the upload_max_filesize &
> the memory limit has to be larger than the post_max_size.
> So you should have something like:
> upload_max_filesize = 8M
> post_max_size = 14M
> memory_limit = 16M
> ~Paul
> On Tuesday 15 October 2002 03:58 pm, Jason Young wrote:
> >Sure..
> >
> >post_max_size = 10M
> >upload_max_filesize = 8M
> >memory_limit = 8M
> >
> >As I said before, however.. even without throwing files there, my loop
> >test code only spits out '01234', meaning that its only looping 5 times
> >through the code before exiting... Does file handling only allow for 5
> >files at a time??
> >
> >-Jason
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