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Posts Tagged ‘upload’

How to Upload Files with Ease Using DragonFly: New on Premium

February 17, 2012  |  Wordpress  |  , , , , , ,  |  Comments Off

File uploads are generally a tricky area in web development. In this Tuts+ Premium tutorial, we will learn how to use Dragonfly, a powerful Ruby gem that makes it easy and efficient to add any kind of upload functionality to a Rails project. Become a Premium member to read this tutorial, as well as hundreds of other advanced tutorials and screencasts from the Tuts+ network. What We’re Going to Build Our sample application will display a list of users, and for each one of them, we will be able to upload an avatar and have it stored. Additionally, Dragonfly will allow us to: Dynamically...

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How to Upload Files with CodeIgniter and AJAX

Uploading files asnychronously can be a pain at the best of times, but when coupled with CodeIgniter, it can be a particularly frustrating experience. I finally found a way that not only works consistently, but keeps to the MVC pattern. Read on to find out how! Preface In this tutorial, we’ll be using the PHP framework CodeIgniter, the JavaScript framework jQuery, and the script AjaxFileUpload. It’s assumed you have a working knowledge of CodeIgniter and jQuery, but no prior knowledge of AjaxFileUpload is necessary. It is also assumed that you already have an install of CodeIgniter already set up. For the sake of brevity,...

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WordPress 2.5 Image Upload Error [WordPress Fix]

May 19, 2010  |  Wordpress  |  , , ,  |  20 comments

The new Wordpress 2.5 is great, especially it’s new approached used to handle images upload. However some Wordpress users might encounter problems uploading images, getting stucked with error messages similar to the following: HTTP error An error occurred in the upload. Please try again later. If you fail to upload images with the error messages above, here’s a fix for it. Prepare your favorite text editor, FTP program (or shell terminal) and following these following steps: Step 1 Using FTP, or shell terminal navigate to the root of your WP folders. Download .htaccess and open it with text editor. If there isnt any .htaccess file,...

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Beginner’s Guide to Ripping and Uploading Movies

Beginner’s Guide to Ripping and Uploading Movies This is a tutorial on the entire process of ripping, converting and uploading a movie. There is a thousand and one different ways of doing this with many different types of software and we certainly don't claim to know the best or easiest method, however this is the way many people do it and it has worked very well. There are 5 main sections to this tut. They are: • Section One: Ripping a DVD to your harddrive • Section Two: Encoding it to avi format • Section Three: Taking screen captures and other info for the post • Section Four: Splitting the movie into chunks...

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How to upload and post warez

WAREZ a term used bу software pirates υѕе tο describe a cracked game οr application thаt іѕ mаdе available over thе Internet, usually via FTP/IRC/P2P, οftеn thе pirate wіll mаkе υѕе οf a site wіth lax security. Widely used іn cracker subcultures tο denote cracked version οf commercial software, thаt іѕ versions frοm whісh copy-protection hаѕ bееn stripped. Hackers admit thіѕ term bυt don’t υѕе іt themselves. Thе WAREZ mentality discussed іn thіѕ article connotes thе mindset οf thе hackers/crackers whο mаkе thіѕ copyrighted media available…

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