When I upload a file (PDF or doc)through browse button to my website & hit submit button I get email with all the fields on my form,but I cannot open doc file. When I click on it it shows zip file which I save on my hard drive & try to open it, it shows only xml files but no doc file. Mar 23, 2018 - If you're having trouble using the Folder Uploader on Box while using the Safari browser on your Mac, your Safari settings may be blocking the.
I am developing a mobile website which uses an IMG tag to display an SVG file. The SVG file is about 500 kB. The image renders OK in Android versions of Firefox and Chrome. However, in iOS Safari, I get only the dreaded tiny blue box with a question mark in it. I am aware that there is a limit on the size of image files in iOS. According to Apple's: The maximum size for decoded GIF, PNG, and TIFF images is 3 megapixels for devices with less than 256 MB RAM and 5 megapixels for devices with greater or equal than 256 MB RAM. That is, ensure that width.
height ≤ 3. 1024. 1024 for devices with less than 256 MB RAM. Note that the decoded size is far larger than the encoded size of an image. I imagine that there is some limit on the size of SVG files, but since they are vectorized, it doesn't really make sense to describe their size in terms of decoded pixels.
File Upload Size Restriction On Safari Browser For Mac 10.6.8
Does anyone know how the limit on SVG files is determined? When I put browse the SVG file directly instead of through an HTML page, I am able to view the image. I am also able to view the SVG file inside of an IFRAME. But not using the IMG tag.
I made some test SVG files of varying sizes. They look like this:
Then I have just recently discovered that its not my code that has the problem. Its a Safari bug. Safari 5.1.+ can't read the html5 multiple attribute (or something like that).
So users can't use the multiple upload feature, BUT, can properly upload a single file. Few links that discuss the issue: It seems that this bug has been around for quite some time.
So I was wondering if there are workarounds available for this at the moment that some of you maybe are aware of? Because I can't find any. The only option available i found is to NOT use multiple attribute for Safari 5.1.+ users. Do you guys have any better ideas?
UPDATE Safari 5.1.7 is the last version Apple made for the Windows OS. They did not continue to build current versions of Safari for Windows. Finding a fix for this bug for me is not necessary since Real Safari users are updated to the latest version of the browser( no facts), and just give a separate upload for those who are still using this outdated version, to not sacrifice the modern features of your application. It seems that there is another issue that can be messing around.
IOS Safari multiple file uploads always use the name 'image.jpg' for all uploaded files. It may seem only one file uploaded in the server side but this is not what happened: it has been uploaded all files with the same name! So, the workaround comes into the server side: just change the destination filename with a new generated name. I am working with Flask and Python, so I use the standard formula. @app.route('/upload',methods='POST') def upload: files = request.files.getlist('files') for file in files: if file and allowedfile(file.filename): filename = generatefilename(file.filename) file.save( os.path.join(app.config'UPLOADFOLDER', newalbumid, filename)) return rendertemplate('uploadok.html') Where generatefilaname has to be a function that creates a new filename with the same extension as the original one.
For example: def generatefilename(samplefilename): # pick up extension from sample filename ext = samplefilename.split('.' )-1 name = '.join( random.SystemRandom.choice(string.letters+string.digits) for i in range(16) ) return name + '.' + ext The same can be done in PHP, of course.