• The UpLoad plugin displays an editbox and two buttons.

    • The first button lets you choose the file to be uploaded at your local filesystem. The text value of this button is localised from your browser.
    • The second “Upload” button actually uploads the given filename to the upload directory.

    This directory is not browsable, any file there may be accessed by using the “Upload:” InterWikiMap prefix to the given filename. This way you can easily inline uploaded images.

    Usage

    <<UpLoad arguments>>

    Arguments

    Argument

    Description

    Default value

    logfile

    Local path. The format is currently HTML - a new <tr> row per entry - and not log file syntax.

    phpwiki-upload.log

    autolink

    Add the uploaded filename to the list of uploaded files at the page.

    true

    page

    The page where the uploaded files are publicly listed, if autolink is true.

    Current page

    mode

    'actionpage' or 'edit'

    actionpage

    Notes

    1. The user must be authenticated to be able to upload.
    2. The filename may not end with certain disallowed extensions, to prevent from abuse.
    3. MAX_FILE_SIZE is configured by the config.ini option MAX_UPLOAD_SIZE, which defaults to 16MB. Your webserver and PHP may add another limit.
    4. Already existing uploaded files are NOT overwritten.

    Example

    <<UpLoad>>

    See Also


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