Multiple file uploader: Mootools 1.2 version

Published July 21st, 2008

Just a quick heads-up for those who’ve been complaining about the MooTools version of the multiple-file uploader not working with MooTools 1.2 — it’s now been updated. The widget required three small modifications due to changes to MooTools’ syntax.

Get the modified code here (old 1.1x-compatible version also included).

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10 Comments

  1. Bob on July 22, 2008

    Bummer indeed. The link to download the Multiple file uploader: Mootools 1.2 version isn’t working. I was so excited to be downloading your updated version that I thought I must be clicking incorrectly. No worries. You are Da (stick) Man sharing your work with others. Thanks!

  2. Stickman on July 22, 2008

    Oops, silly me! Sorry. Link now fixed.

  3. HighToro on September 12, 2008

    Nice work! Thanks!

  4. Matt on October 2, 2008

    The download link isn’t working (again?) :-(
    Anywhere else I can get this?
    Thanks!

  5. HighToro on October 6, 2008

    The link works again!

  6. evan on October 15, 2008

    In my experience, it doesn’t works well on Firefox 3, the full path of the files is not shown.

    This is my code snippet:
    new MultiUpload( $( ‘myform’ ).files, 0, ‘[{id}]‘, false, true);

  7. C Lemaire on March 27, 2009

    The most intuitive easy way to upload files. Chapeau.

    However, one thing bothered me: There is a problem when the container of the form is position: absolute.

    Cheers,
    C.L.

  8. J Junker on June 10, 2009

    I have not tried the MooTools version of this, but probably the problem is the same… When the input-element gets disabled on Safari 3.2 it is greyed out, but you still can add files by dropping them with the mouse onto the upload area :-(

    Hence there is no control over the number of files in the queue.

    Cheers

  9. Emre on February 26, 2010

    line 296 and 297 should be updated like this;

    deleted_row.element.destroy();
    deleted_row.row.destroy();

    function “remove()” replaced with “destroy()”
    otherwise delete function is not working…

  10. Chanchal singh on October 29, 2010

    very helpful !!!!

    Is their any way to use two Multiple file uploader
    in a single page as my condition is to use multiple doc in different category.

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