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Web Database Development Step by Step .NET Edition, Second Edition by Jim Buyens

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Chapter 13. Handling File Uploads and Pictures

Handling File Uploads and Pictures

In this chapter, you’ll learn:

How to create Web forms that visitors can use to submit files from their computers.

How to create a Web page that receives, validates, and stores uploaded files and any associated information you gather.

Processing Uploaded Files

A wide variety of Web applications can benefit by giving Web visitors the ability to upload files. Resumes and hobby photographs are probably the most common examples, but additional applications abound.

From a Web designer’s point of view, the primary reason for supporting Web file uploads usually involves control. Giving Web visitors anonymous ...

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