If you can't utilize a Flash solution, the only other way is an
IFRAME. i had a need for this too, and spent a long time developing
quite an elaborate Prototype-based JS class for the client side, and a
PHP handler on the server side. If you're interested, let me know and
i'll be happy to share (i'll have to work on more detailed docs
though). Maybe it'll be useful, maybe not.
-joe t.

On Jan 14, 10:58 am, "jason maina" <jason.ma...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Cutting to the chase, how do I do an asynchronous file upload, been googling
> all day with nothing really positive, may be been looking in all the wrong
> places.
> Assistance will be
> Kind regards
> Jason
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