Passing a file to server
joe at artlung.com
Mon May 7 23:17:38 CDT 2001
Joel Fentin wrote:
> I want the user of the website to be able to send a file to the
> It might go something like this:
> On the browser page, there is an interface (popup & scrolling
> list?) that permits the user to select a subdirectory and file
> from his own computer. He presses the button, and the file is
> FTPed or otherwise sent to the server.
> If someone can point me in the right direction, I might be able
> to fill in the blanks.
Good place to look:
Joe Crawford <mailto:joe at artlung.com>
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