Can my visitors upload files using my contact form?

Yes, your visitors can upload files using your contact form. Use the File upload field to do this. Go to the Form Editor and you’ll find the File Upload field in Advanced Fields.

Form users can cancel the file they have uploaded by pressing the Remove link displayed next to the File Upload.

In My AccountUploads Manager you’ll find all the files that have been uploaded by your form users. Read more on how to manage file uploads from online forms.

Gary

I am trying to create a website for writers. A place they can leave thier work ect.

How do I create a logon?

January 08, 2013 04:21
Heddagroup Coordinator

I am building a wix site and want to be able to let visitors upload images to the site. Using your application, where do the uploaded files go? i.e. are they uploaded into an inbox, or is it possible for uploaded images to be visible on the site so that others can comment on them

May 23, 2014 10:16
Michele

Hello There

I am currently setting up a personalised items website and want my customers to be able to upload a photo or a name to have on their items, I wish this to be in the purchase part of my shop, so when they are purchasing their product they can add their name or photo and then make a purchase

Is this available to do

When my site is how I want it i am going to upgrade as I have a url

Thank you

June 08, 2014 01:24
    Olivian Stoica

    Hello Michele!

    If I recall well, you want to sell personalized items through your order form where clients submit an image or a text they want to add to the item they will purchase. Try using rules in this case. Add two checkboxes, a textbox or textarea, and a File Upload field. Do you also sell standard items or just personalized? Here’s how you can set up your order form:

    1. Each of the checkboxes will represent the options ‘I want to upload a photo’ and ‘I want to add a text to the item’.

    2. Use rules to hide and show fields according to the options selected by the buyer. If a client checks the option ‘I want to upload a photo’, the File Upload field will show up under the field, where he/she can upload their own photo. For the option ‘I want to add a text to the item’, a textarea or textbox will appear under, where clients can add the text they want. You could also just leave all the fields displayed on the form, without having any hidden fields.

    Learn more about Field Rules at http://www.123contactform.com/docs/field-rules/.

    3. In Payments, assign a price for each option. If both the options are selected, the client will have to pay for both.

    Has this been helpful? For more assistance or questions, please contact our Support Team at http://www.123contactform.com/contactus.html.

    Thank you!

    June 12, 2014 10:36
Lonir

Hello,

I want to ask if in the premium package users can upload any type of file (pdf, jpeg, word, png, avi, wma, mp4, etc.)?

Also, is there a storage limit to upload files for a premium user or is it unlimited?

Thanks.

June 24, 2014 10:15
    Olivian Stoica

    Hello,

    Users can upload any type of the files you have mentioned earlier. Storage space depends on the account paid plan you are on. On Gold the storage limit is 500 MB, while on Platinum it’s 2 GB. Consult our Features Matrix, under the section Form Fields, to see how much space each plan has to offer.

    Also read more about how to manage file uploads from online forms here.

    Thanks!

    June 25, 2014 07:11
Admin

Gary, using our forms, you can create the interface of a log in form, but there is much more behind this in order to get the log in form to work. You need a database and a script that connects the form to your database. We provide an integration with Webhooks, which allows you to add any script to your form, but the script and the database need to be set up on your side.

February 05, 2013 03:05

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