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June 22, 2005, 12:38 pm
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As I have just learned, it is HTML and not PHP. An HTML input type of
"files" brings up the browse button. This is run on the user's machine, not
the server, so only the user sees his own files. The submit button simply
activates sending only the ONE chosen file (fully specified), and since this
is the one he wants to send anyway, who cares?
That's true. However, I thought you wanted a separate "browse" button
to be able to select files - not the one with the "files" input.
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- Ivan Omelchenko 608308824
June 22, 2005, 8:14 pm
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