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Secure File Upload with PHP

PHP makes uploading files easy. You can upload any type of file to your Web server. In spite of security issues that should be addressed before enabling file uploads, the actual mechanisms to allow this are straight forward. In this tutorial we will consider how to upload files to some directory on your Web server. We will also discuss security issues concerned with the file uploading. More...

Tags: PHP SECURE FILE UPLOAD HTML VALIDATION SIZE TYPE UNIQUE Hits: 390518 Comments: 45

Creating Word, Excel and CSV files with PHP

In this article we demonstrate several ways to create Microsoft Word and Excel documents, and also CSV files using PHP. Learn how to create files using HTTP headers, COM objects, OpenOffice templates, fputcsv function. More...

Tags: PHP CREATE WORD EXCEL CSV FILE Hits: 365871 Comments: 0

PHP: Working with Directories

As is necessary for any language, PHP has a complete set of directory support functions. PHP gives you a variety of functions to read and manipulate directories and directory entries. Like other file-related parts of PHP, the functions are similar to the C functions that accomplish the same tasks, with some simplifications. This tutorial describes how PHP handles directories. You will look at how to create, remove, and read them. More...

Tags: PHP PHP5 DIRECTORIES FILES FUNCTIONS RECURSION ITERATORS Hits: 109553 Comments: 2

ASP FileSystemObject Object

The FileSystemObject object provides access to the file system on the web server, allowing us to manipulate text files, folders and drives from within our code. In this tutorial the properties and methods of the FileSystemObject object are described. More...

ASP TextStream Object

The TextStream object provides sequential access to the contents of text files. This allows you to read, write, or append characters or lines to a text file. In this tutorial the properties and methods of the TextStream object are described. More...

ASP File Object

The File object represents a specified file on the local machine or on a network share. To work with the File object's properties and methods, you need to create an instance of the FileSystemObject object first and then instantiate the File object through the GetFile method. Also you can get a File object reference from the Folder object, by using the Files Collection. More...

Tags: ASP FILE SCRIPTING OBJECTS FILESYSTEMOBJECT FOLDER REFERENCE Hits: 13624 Comments: 0

ASP Folder Object

The folder object represents a specified file folder on the current machine. We can use the properties and methods of the Folder object to traverse directories on the drive, and to get at all the properties of this or any other folder. To work with the Folder object's properties and methods, you need to create an instance of the FileSystemObject object first and then instantiate the Folder object through the GetFolder method. Also you can get a Folder object reference from the Drive object, by using the RootFolder property. More...

Access: FileDateTime Function

In Access, the FileDateTime function returns the date and time when a file was created or last modified. More...

Tags: ACCESS FUNCTION FILEDATETIME FILE DATE TIME CREATE MODIFY Hits: 11096 Comments: 0

ASP Drive Object

The Drive object represents a physical drive. This drive can exist on your machine, or it can be a drive shared by another machine. To work with the Drive object's properties, you need to create an instance of the FileSystemObject object first and then instantiate the Drive object through the GetDrive method or the Drives property of the FileSystemObject object. More...




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