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  1. Here is a sample link that should work. http://www.rcautomation.com/test/test_downloads.php
  2. Yes. The upload works fine with anything smaller than 8MB's. I have uploaded several files already........as long as they are approx 8 MB's or smaller. This is part of the form on the initial page: <form enctype="multipart/form-data" action="ge_uploads.php" method="POST"> <!-- MAX_FIL
  3. Using Firefox, I get a pop-up window error stating that the file contains no data. In IE i get page cannot be displayed error. I will try the execution time statement. Thanks, Mark
  4. I have a webpage where I need to allow customers to upload large ( up to 50MB) files to a folder on the server. FTP is not an option for some of these users so it needs to be a web page. Right now files that are about 8MB's or lower work fine but larger ones fail. I have tried changing the .htaccess page with the following code snipets... 1. upload_max_filesize php_value post_max_size 22M php_value upload_max_filesize 10M 2. <IfModule mod_php4.c> php_value upload_max_filesize 50M </IfModule> I have read that the php.ini file needs to be changed but I d
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