- Simple in both installation and usage. - Upload one or many files at the same time. - Sort your upload files by filenames, size or last update time either ascendingly or descendingly. - Automatically renames the file if it has the same name as an existing file. - Customizable interface. - Customizable maximum upload size allowed. - Check all option for delete checkboxs (see demo) - Customizable number of files listed per page. - You may choose if you want to list the files by pages or show them all. - Delete confirmation - Upload to the directory you specify - Allow you to indicate whether you wish to overwrite the old file or notVisit publisher site: DodoUpload
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I've come to rely on Dodo Upload from time to time. I've found it one of the easiest to configure upload scripts around. Sure, Flash upload scripts have more bells and whistles, but who has time to install and configure them these days. If you need a simple upload script, go for Dodo. FYIW :: I had no trouble changing the uploads location. In fact, I made quite a few edits to the script to suit my needs. Here is a demo as proof: http://quickcolorado.com/demo/flashyupload/ Login: demo Pass: test
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Needs two sides, User and Admin. User shouldn't be allowed the option to Delete or Overwrite images. As owner I should be able to not display Filesize, Last Updated and Delete cells in the main table that list images. I was unable to change the default folder where images are uploaded to and have them display. All images have to be uploaded into same directory as the script or it doesn't work. I'm giving a rating of 1 for lack of owner control over the look and unable to change image folder.