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can someone please give adviced on how i could put an upload box for my website,so record labels could upload directly to my website, please help me with the code or explanation of how to do it.thank you all for what you do for othere people

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To create an upload box use the code below. You will need to have a program on your server to save the file. Hence "/cgi/bin/some-script.cgi". There is no auto magical way to upload from the client. You have to process this using server code like php, java, etc...

<form method=post name=upform action="/cgi-bin/some-script.cgi" enctype="multipart/form-data">
<input type="file" id="uploadfile"  name="uploadfile" />
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<input type=button name="Submit" value="Submit" />
</form>
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can someone please give adviced on how i could put an upload box for my website,so record labels could upload directly to my website, please help me with the code or explanation of how to do it.thank you all for what you do for othere people

are you using php?

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I've used Java, PHP and ASP. Most Internet Service Providers support PHP at no extra cost to you. It is not that hard to learn and a google search should provide you with a pre-made solution.

What tools are you using to create web pages?

Basically this is how it works. The code I sent will give you an upload box on your page. When the user hits submit the file is sent to the server. You need some kind of program on the server to receive this and save it.

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I've used Java, PHP and ASP. Most Internet Service Providers support PHP at no extra cost to you. It is not that hard to learn and a google search should provide you with a pre-made solution.

What tools are you using to create web pages?

Basically this is how it works. The code I sent will give you an upload box on your page. When the user hits submit the file is sent to the server. You need some kind of program on the server to receive this and save it.

i was askin alexberr;)

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