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Thread: File upload?

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    Junior Member Miniie's Avatar
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    Well here's the problem. I have this photoshop class and i do work in school, but then send it to myself via Yousendit.com and then download it home, and do the same back and forth. The problem is that yousendit.com only keeps your files for about a week. So, since i have my own website i was wondering how i could have my own file upload. So that i can just upload it to my website, and i can manage my own files, whereever i am. (i cant sign into my site from school, the IP is blocked. :|) So, what do i need to know to do that? and how do i start?
    I only know basic html. xhtml, and css.. so i think it goes beyond that..

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    You'll want to use PHP or .NET ... start with checking what your host supports and choose one.
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    Junior Member Miniie's Avatar
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    It supports both.

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    As much as I like web solutions, why not just get a USB flash drive? You can get 2 GB for less than $20.
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    HAHA!!! Yes ... that is a very good RELIABLE solution!
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    I lost my last USB drive

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    Well, if you cant afford to buy a new one, look for another online storage facility, http://uk.briefcase.yahoo.com/bc//home allows 25 megs.

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    Thanks


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