'Installation with existing form' question – which php file?

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  • #27156

    bb3
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    If you have an existing form with a file upload button on it, do you use process.php as per instructions? Or process-file-uploads.php?

    And, is one contained with the other?

    #27158

    bb3
    Participant

    Hi,
    It’s ok thanks, I think I found the answer.

    #27161

    bb3
    Participant

    While I’m here … is the jQuery library really necessary?
    What role does it play?
    Will the form work without it?
    Thanks

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    Ally
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    #27408

    bb3
    Participant

    Hi Ally,
    Thanks anyway, and sorry for the delayed reply – I was lost deep in the instructions, for several days. I think the question was misunderstood, but it’s ok now. The confusion centered around which php file was the correct one to use for the form ‘action’ when working with an existing form which happens to have a file upload section in it.

    I used ‘process php’ in the end, taking the uploads section of html from the ‘example file uploads’ and taking the equivalent bit of php from the ‘process file uploads’, which was probably the right course of action.

    After days of reading and re-reading instructions I finally got the form to work, but still have a few odd issues which I will put in a new question.
    Thanks

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