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  1. I recently needed to style an upload box. I couldn't find any place to do this within the css. Turns out it isn't possible without jquery as far as I could tell. I needed to take the default: I needed it to look like: Got it working with the following: The HTML <div id="file" class="btn">Upload Photo</div> <input type="file" name="file" /> The CSS #file { display:none; } ​ The Javascript From the very intelligent folks at Stack Overflow Variation 1: Image button If you would like to use an image button instead, simple add your image code instead of “Upload Photo” like this: The HTML <div id="file"><img src="/images/button-image.jpg"></div> <input type="file" name="file" /> Variation 2: File name If you would like to use the file name instead of the text “File attached”, you could try the following Javascript, courtesy of the brainy folks of StackOverflow, the only code that is highlighted: The Javascript var wrapper = $('<div/>').css({height:0,width:0,'overflow':'hidden'}); var fileInput = $(':file').wrap(wrapper); fileInput.change(function(){ $this = $(this).val().replace(/C:\\fakepath\\/i, ''); $('#file').text($this); }) $('#file').click(function(){ fileInput.click(); }).show();
  2. This following will allow you to upload a .csv file via a web form then insert that data into a MYSQL database. I had a request for it this morning and so now that I have it created I figured I would share. Let me know if you see anything that would be an improvement. Step 1 - Create Web Form <form enctype="multipart/form-data" action="uploader.php" method="POST"> <input type="hidden" name="MAX_FILE_SIZE" value="100000" /> Choose a file to upload: <input name="uploadedfile" type="file" /><br /> <input type="submit" value="Upload File" /> </form> Step 2 - Create the Uploader.php File <?php // Where the file is going to be placed $target_path = "uploads/"; /* Add the original filename to our target path. Result is "uploads/filename.extension" */ $target_path = $target_path . basename( $_FILES['uploadedfile']['name']); $target_path = "uploads/"; $target_path = $target_path . basename( $_FILES['uploadedfile']['name']); if(move_uploaded_file($_FILES['uploadedfile']['tmp_name'], $target_path)) { echo "The file ". basename( $_FILES['uploadedfile']['name']). " has been uploaded"; } else{ echo "There was an error uploading the file, please try again!"; } ?> <br><a href="./import.php">Click To Import</a> Step 3 - Create the Import.php File that will insert the data into MYSQL <?php /********************************/ /* Edit the entries below to reflect the appropriate values /********************************/ $databasehost = "localhost"; $databasename = ""; $databasetable = ""; $databaseusername =""; $databasepassword = ""; $fieldseparator = ","; $lineseparator = "n"; $csvfile = "uploads/nameof.csv"; /********************************/ /* Would you like to add an ampty field at the beginning of these records? /* This is useful if you have a table with the first field being an auto_increment integer /* and the csv file does not have such as empty field before the records. /* Set 1 for yes and 0 for no. ATTENTION: don't set to 1 if you are not sure. /* This can dump data in the wrong fields if this extra field does not exist in the table /********************************/ $addauto = 0; /********************************/ /* Would you like to save the mysql queries in a file? If yes set $save to 1. /* Permission on the file should be set to 777. Either upload a sample file through ftp and /* change the permissions, or execute at the prompt: touch output.sql && chmod 777 output.sql /********************************/ $save = 0; $outputfile = "output.sql"; /********************************/ if(!file_exists($csvfile)) { echo "File not found. Make sure you specified the correct path.n"; exit; } $file = fopen($csvfile,"r"); if(!$file) { echo "Error opening data file.n"; exit; } $size = filesize($csvfile); if(!$size) { echo "File is empty.n"; exit; } $csvcontent = fread($file,$size); fclose($file); $con = @mysql_connect($databasehost,$databaseusername,$databasepassword) or die(mysql_error()); @mysql_select_db($databasename) or die(mysql_error()); $lines = 0; $queries = ""; $linearray = array(); foreach(split($lineseparator,$csvcontent) as $line) { $lines++; $line = trim($line," t"); $line = str_replace("r","",$line); /************************************ This line escapes the special character. remove it if entries are already escaped in the csv file ************************************/ $line = str_replace("'","'",$line); /*************************************/ $linearray = explode($fieldseparator,$line); $linemysql = implode("','",$linearray); if($addauto) $query = "insert into $databasetable values('','$linemysql');"; else $query = "insert into $databasetable values('$linemysql');"; $queries .= $query . "n"; @mysql_query($query); } @mysql_close($con); if($save) { if(!is_writable($outputfile)) { echo "File is not writable, check permissions.n"; } else { $file2 = fopen($outputfile,"w"); if(!$file2) { echo "Error writing to the output file.n"; } else { fwrite($file2,$queries); fclose($file2); } } } echo "Found a total of $lines records in this csv file.n"; ?> For this to work correctly all you need to do is put all 3 of these .php files in the same directory and create another directory within called "uploads".
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