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DevShed:
Creating an Error Handling Module for a PHP 5 File Uploader
April 02, 2008 @ 16:38:58

On DevShed today, they continue their look at uploading files in PHP with the addition of some error handling features for their current script.

In this third tutorial of the series, I'm going to show you how to incorporate a brand new error checking module into the file uploading PHP script created in the last article.

They show the basic method - uploading with no error checking - before showing how much help adding in an error checking component to watch for things like files that are too large, invalid file choices and problems writing the file on the server side.

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