Joomla Plugin – Easy Flash Uploader
Easy Flash Uploader
Copyright: Michael A. Gilkes
License: GNU/GPL v2
- Joomla 1.5 or 1.7 or 2.5
- PHP 5.3+
This is a flexible flash file upload module, based on SWFUpload 126.96.36.199. It allows the administrator to specify a destination folder, and allows the user to upload files to it. The administrator can also specify the text in the front end. You can even have multiple plugins on the same page.
Thanks for your interest in Easy Flash Uploader. Please visit the secure online store at Valor Apps to make your purchase.
- Upload files to a specified folder path from the joomla root directory.
- Specify the maximum file size permitted to be uploaded. This value can vary for each
instance of the plugin on the page.
- Specify the types of files, by extension and by MIME type, that are permitted.
- Customize the upload label and submit button texts.
- Customize the submit and cancel buttons via image sprite and css, respectively
- Specify the color and size of the progress bar to match your theme
- Customize the overall styles via css to match your theme (for example, you can make a Google Apps-like uploader with a few CSS tweaks. See the forum for details.)
- Specify the maximum upload limit and queue limit
- Specify whether to replace existing files on upload
- Default parameters are specified in the Plugin Manager instance
- EVERY parameter can be uniquely customized for each instance of the plugin on the same article page.
- Optionally, send an email notification of all successful uploads to a specified email address
- Plugin Manager colors available through custom Color Picker
- Option to save files in username subfolders
- Displays MIME Detection Compatibility in Module Manager
Please feel free to check out the demo of the plugin at my demo site.
Please feel free to create your own buttons for this plugin at my button maker site.
This plugin has all the known issues documented for SWFUpload 188.8.131.52. See documentation.
This plugin is designed to work on PHP 5.3+. If you have an earler version of PHP, it should still work but, you may encounter issues with detecting the MIME type of the uploaded file. This depends on your server setup, as it should work fine if PHP is allowed to call the exec function. Check out the support site for further details and considerations.
Support and Documentation:
Please visit the digital store for documentation:
- SWFUpload 184.108.40.206 by Jake Roberts [ http://swfupload.googlecode.com ]
- Jeff Channell – providing the code to improve the MIME type security