Simple yet powerful plugin to allow users to upload files to your website from any page
Yes, the plugins will work in most mobile phones (has been tested in iOS, Android and Symbian browsers as well as Opera Mobile)
No, you do not need Flash to use the plugin.
Your domain has probably turned SAFE MODE ON and you have restrictions uploading and accessing files. WordPress File Upload includes an alternative way to upload files, using FTP access. Simply add the attribute accessmethod="ftp" inside the shortcode, together with FTP access information in ftpinfo attribute.
Yes, you can see the progress of the upload. During uploading a progress bar will appear showing progress info, however this functionality functions only in browsers supporting HTML5 upload progress bar.
Yes, but not in the free version. If you want to allow multiple file uploads, please consider the Professional version.
Files by default are uploaded inside wp-content directory of your WordPress website. To change it use attribute uploadpath.
Yes, you can control allowed file size and file extensions by using the appropriate attribute (see Other Notes section).
Yes, there are file size limitations imposed by the web server or the host. If you want to upload very large files, please consider the Professional version of the plugin, which surpasses size limitations.
By default only administrators can upload files. However you can define which user roles are allowed to upload files, beyond administrators. Even guests can be allowed to upload files, however use this option with care.
The plugin is designed not to expose website information by using sessions. Parameters passing from server to client side are encoded. For higher protection, like use of captcha, please consider the Professional version of the plugin.
Requires: 2.9.2 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.8.1
Last Updated: 2014-2-22
1 of 11 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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