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  1. It said that on these forums when I tried to quote your post. Edit: It's working now. Probably just a browser hiccup on my end.
  2. "For the name attribute, have it like the following: name="images[]" To note: the multiple attribute for the input element is new to HTML5"-Don E(Sorry, I keep getting an error saying "The number of opening quote tags does not match the number of closing quote tags.") This has worked wonders!Since the multiple attribute is new to HTML5, how were multiple-file uploads handled previously? The only way that I can think is using Javascript to add more html file inputs, but then the file browser only allows the selection of one file at a time. birbal,I had read through a lot of the Php manual, bu
  3. Greetings everyone, and thank you to the mods for allowing my account so rapidly! For a week or so now I've been trying to find information on how file uploads are stored in PhP. I'm creating an html photo upload form. I've figured everything out, except for how to handle the files. When you have: <form action="store.php" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-data"> <input type="file" name="images" multiple="multiple"></form> I know that for a single file $_FILES["images"]["tmp_name"] is where the file would be temporarily stored on the server. However, only one image
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