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On 2007-07-31 17:05:24 +0900 (Tue, Jul), Shai Rosenfeld wrote:
> anyone know how to notify the user, client side, that the upload is too=
=20
> big??
>=20

I recall there was some magic hidden field - google
for 'upload form max_file_size'

Other than that, you can always put:
<p>Please, don't upload files bigger than X kb</p>
:-)

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On 2007-07-31 17:05:24 +0900 (Tue, Jul), Shai Rosenfeld wrote:
> anyone know how to notify the user, client side, that the upload is too=
=20
> big??
>=20

I recall there was some magic hidden field - google
for 'upload form max_file_size'

Other than that, you can always put:
<p>Please, don't upload files bigger than X kb</p>
:-)

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