So there is a textfield that contains the users text and an image upload button which allows the user to upload images. The images are then sent to [admistrator] [domain].
These are the two relevant components. I've gone through all previous links posted here and still can't make sense of it. At the moment I've come to the ends of my sanity and will remove fields using custom js another thing I couldn't get right with the other links , do the same thing for adding fields.
I would still appreciate any help because I'm deeply confused with a lot of stuff that has been posted. I'm still not completely sure of what you're trying to do, can you please post here a step-by-step description of the whole process? For what I'm understanding now, you don't even need pages at all, only to send the email.
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If I'm understanding well, you don't even need to use the processwire resources for this, just build the HTML form, collect everything with PHP and send the email. This is purely a form that is filled out by the user and then all the information is emailed through to a preset adminstration email address. And then there is a file upload input where the user can upload images and these images are attached to the email sent to the administrator. So if there is any possibility for using the inputfieldform without the inputfieldfile breaking everything I would dig that.
If you want me to cut down the controller to just the necessary bits I can do so, wasn't sure if I should give the full picture of just the smaller bits. Without looking much into this I do think the file input expect there to be a Page with a folder to store that image. Yes, one of the problems to ship around with the FormHelper module. Not sure why or what ended up happening today has been a blur of trying a thousand different ways to attempt to upload an image nevermind that the other problem is I need to let the user remove images before the submit as well Also, I don't know why but it doesn't look like the module is reacting the right way.
Thank you Martijn for the help. I've got it working!!! Did end up creating a page as in my opinion the client will be able to manage the content a lot easier. I'll post the full solution once I solve the final problem This sounds extremely trivial but- the delete button isn't rendering at all. No idea why since I am using the core module. If anyone can suggest why that would be great. This is how I'm calling it, I am also including the JS file inputfieldfile.
You can post now and register later. If you have an account, sign in now to post with your account. Paste as plain text instead. Only 75 emoji are allowed. Display as a link instead. Clear editor. Upload or insert images from URL. General Support. Search In. Desperate for help- File Upload in frontend Form By Robguy , October 29, in General Support image module upload help fileupload form forms inputfieldfile inputfield. Reply to this topic Start new topic. Recommended Posts. Posted October 29, edited. Hey guys, I'm really really desperate for help at this stage, for my own sanity mostly.
So basically I have this. I expected output that would allow me to upload and delete files. I'm going to have to do a lot of fun stuff with the markup for the majority of the render methods but I can't do anything until I get the remove button to display. Begging for help around now.
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Thanks to Relgore aka oDiamondZo for this video. So… Go play some Halo 3. Do something cool, and go back to the theatre mode and record what you did. Put in your gamertag, your video NAME from the file share, and whatever else it asks you to do. Hit the submit button, and go back to the top of the page. You will see your screen name up there. Click on it. Your video will show that it is processing and It will have a time on it. You have to wait until your video is done until you can do anything else.
Click on your screenname at the top , and click on the video.
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Copy that code there. This next part is kind of tricky. Go to the top of the page, and click the address bar to make it highlighted. After those last numbers, put. Click the enter button. It wont take very long. On the left of that mini-box, you have 5 selections to choose from. Now your back to the media convert site. It is fine how it is, and if you mess with it you are most likely to mess up. Click on that, and select one of them. Your video will now be converted into a type that you can watch, put into editing systems, and even upload to youtube.
Ok, so we arent done yet. Hit download when your video is done, and go back to my documents from the start menu. Go over and find your video again, and this time it will have a different symbol by it, and it will be playable. To test which one is right, double click them. Whichever one works is the one that has been converted. Happy gaming — Phantom.
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What gives?! Looking like so. Are you kidding me? Its gonna take them three weeks to upload my 12 second video?! It will usually take days. Just check back every day. That is the only problem on the recording I have seen. Did I do something wrong? If your video wasn't posted it was most likley to long to to short MIN: 20 sec, MAX: 20 min and you should've gotten an email saying as much.