[500 credits] PHP script

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  1. supajason

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    Hello Everyone!

    I am in need of a script that uploads a file to the server and while its uploading i want to be able to see the progress on the same page just like rapidshare.

    easy 500 credits :)
     
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    the first 1 isnt showing the progress in the same window.
    2. im paying you for the script?
     
  4. ichwar

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    How do you want the script to acess the server? http or ftp???
    If ftp is fine with you, (generally much faster) then FileZilla is by far the best free program. It will upload/download to/from servers, and it shows you the progress of all transfers in the same window. And, it works on Windows, Linux, and Apple!

    Let me know if that isn't what you want and I might be able to find something different.
     
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    Hi there,

    Please use the correct title format when posting in the market place, ie: [REQ or OFF][PRICE]DESCRIPTION

    *Post edited*
    Thanks
     
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    he's looking for something that can be built into the site, not a windows program to do this.

    my assumption is that for an accurate file upload bar, you would have to use a more advanced language, like java or python, since one php loads, it's done and afaik, javascript can't upload.

    you can make the upload script in php, and have javascript make a fake progress bar, or i think you can tell how much of the page loaded, but since it's uploading possibly large amounts of data, then i don't think it's gonna work.
     
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    I would try AJAX.
     
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    Basically I'm guessing when you're uploading a file to your server, via another script or cms, you want to see a progress bar? I can't make it but, you need to tell what the cms or what the base scripts are so they know what to do with it.
     
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    Oh, ok. :)
     
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    You can't do this in PHP, because the way it works... The file gets uploaded to the server as a $_POST but it's already too late to display a progress bar then. I recommend trying something in flash.
     
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    [1000 credits] PHP script

    sorry for not explaining enough basically:

    i have a page where the user picks the file to upload then when they click upload a progress bar is show with the percentage upload.


    that is ok but its to complicated. i just want something simple that i can easier edit to my needs.

    i dont really want to use flash but if some gives me a something good i wont say no!

    im guessing ajax and javascript but i really dont know much on ajax.

    i will offer 1000 credits now!
     
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