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  1. You can add file extension types in the control panel of the hosting server so I added for example Content Type: applicationzip. Bu, as I said this is not the problem. When I used upload_rtf.php, and changed it to: // Check the file: if (finfo_file($fileinfo, $_FILES['upload']['tmp_name']) == 'application/zip') { it retuned file is acceptable, but when I used upload_image with 'application/zip' in the $allowed array it didn't work
  2. Thanks. I used the upload_rtf.php as standalone file to test if a file was acceptable and got a positive result, but when I used the script I posted above the file was not uploaded. I am unsure as to how to check the Mime type via the browser. I also configured the Mime types in the control panel - it doesn't seem to be a configuration problem.
  3. The comma at the end doesn't seem to have any effect, I removed it anyway, but no success.
  4. I have not ben able to resolve the issue for uploading .dwg file etc. An alternative solution would be to allow for .zip file uploads, but this is proving problematic also.. I have used the upload_rtf.php file in chapter 13 to check if .zip file are expectable and get a success message, but the following code allows for .pdf upload but not .zip file: $allowed = array ('application/zip', 'application/pdf', 'application/octet-stream', 'application/DWG', ); if (in_array($_FILES['upload']['type'], $allowed)) { Any suggestions gratefully received
  5. Many thanks, will try that and report back - mime type is application/octet-stream
  6. Thanks. I tried all the options but none worked. I don't think it is a browser problem because I can upload these file types using this code: <?php $uploaddir = 'uploads/'; $uploadfile = $uploaddir . basename($_FILES['userfile']['name']); echo "<p>"; if (move_uploaded_file($_FILES['userfile']['tmp_name'], $uploadfile)) { echo "File is valid, and was successfully uploaded.\n"; } else { echo "Upload failed"; } echo "</p>"; echo '<pre>'; echo 'Here is some more debugging info:'; print_r($_FILES); print "</pre>"; ?> But it would suit my purposes bett
  7. Thanks for your help . The file names are: 1343939490.dwg or wel4.dxf. I have been able to upload these files with a different script. I have added 'application/DWG' to the array, but it still doesn't work: $allowed = array ('application/pdf', 'application/DXF','application/dxf', 'application/DWG', 'application/dwg','image/pjpeg', 'image/jpeg', 'image/JPG', 'image/X-PNG', 'image/PNG', 'image/png', 'image/x-png',); if (in_array($_FILES['upload']['type'], $allowed)) {
  8. Chapter 111 script 11.2 works fine for uploading jpegs, pngs etc & when I add 'application/pdf' for pdf files also. But when I add e.g. 'application/DWG' it doesn't work. What is the correct code to upload file types: DXF, IGES, ACIs etc. please? This is my code: $allowed = array ('application/octet-stream', 'application/zip', 'application/pdf', 'application/dxf', 'application/x-autocad', 'application/x-dxf', 'drawing/x-dxf', 'image/vnd.dxf', 'image/x-autocad', 'image/x-dxf', 'zz-application/zz-winassoc-dxf','application/igs','application/sat','image\pjpeg', 'image\jpeg', 'image\JP
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