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[Resolved] Multiple file upload.

  • Hello.

    I’ve been trying to figure out if the current version is suppose to support multiple files?

    I guess not.

    Then i found a link for the development version which should be according to your comments, but link just went to the stable version..

    Could you provide us with a development version link that works? Your plugin is pure awesome if it supported multiple files 😀

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/simple-dropbox-upload-form/

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  • Plugin Author hiphopsmurf

    @hiphopsmurf

    If you visit the developers section and look half-way down the page you will see the development version link. Once you upload it you will need to activate the multiple upload option in the settings. After its activated you will see a link appear above the upload form in any page,post or widget that has the shortcode.

    Very nice! Been testing a bit now.

    Is it suppose/possible to support IE with multiple files ?

    Plugin Author hiphopsmurf

    @hiphopsmurf

    I have done limited testing with IE9 and the drag n drop feature worked for me. I have been keeping it in development so I can make sure everything work 100% before releasing it. If something is not working let me know.

    Tried multiple computers + a customer with no luck.

    Also the initial upload to dropbox failed 30 files in (130 files total)

    I got the rest from the FTP, no problem for me.

    Anyway to disable the “to dropbox” feature?
    Or could you recommend another plugin for clean ftp upload?

    Plugin Author hiphopsmurf

    @hiphopsmurf

    The likely reason the uploads failed after 30 files is the max execution time for php which by default is 30 seconds. If you are able to override php with a php.ini file, create a php.ini file and put it in your wp-content folder. Inside the php.ini file insert:

    [PHP]
    max_execution_time = 120     ; Maximum execution time in seconds

    That should give php enough time to upload files to dropbox.

    Well well well..

    Our timeout was 60 seconds.. But the images uploaded where quite large.
    So i guess you could be right in your assumption.

    Anyway changed it to 300 to avoid the problem in the future.

    Still got no luck in IE9 though.

    I will mark this as resolved offc.

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