01-30-2005, 03:17 PM
I had a question regarding setting limitations and properties on he FileField HTML input. I want to limit the browser to certain file types [property File of Types not All Files (*.*)].
Current HTML Code:
<INPUT id="fileUpdate" type="file" runat="server">
At the same time, how do you save the file selected to a specific folder on the server pc (using the same file name)? Is there an EVENT I can hook the SAVE AS to?
01-30-2005, 04:19 PM
For the first question, something like this:
"accept can be used when type is set to file to specify which file-types should be accepted. This is a comma-separated list of MIME types."
01-30-2005, 08:29 PM
Not sure what you mean, in the HTML section after Type add a list of extensions? Can you please provide an example. Thanks,
01-30-2005, 08:48 PM
I have this info form a html reference, I don't use it myself. But I should try:
<input type="file" accept="doc,jpg,gif"
01-31-2005, 02:18 AM
Is it possible we are using different ASP or HTML versions? Because I do not have the "accept" method when loading the HTML tags. If I put it it still runs but doesn't work (still all file types *.*).
01-31-2005, 03:20 AM
The information from the list can be used to filter out nonconforming files when prompting a user to select files to be sent to the server using the <INPUT> element with type="file".
There is no functionality implemented for this property unless defined by the author.
03-27-2008, 08:30 PM
wrath: XHTML is now what you should try to use...basically it will ensure compatibility across all platforms that view html...
it's really mostly about closing all tags <p>text</p> for example:)
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