File input fields look differently in all browsers. It’s a pain in the arse to design something that looks nice in all browsers and it sucks that support for this is not available in Twitter Bootstrap.
This jQuery plugin is designed to make all file input fields look like standard Twitter Bootstrap buttons.
LoadImg is JQuery function , you can load and preview picture before upload with ajax , php or any framework.
In this tutorial we will show you how to upload multiple images with image preview using jQuery Ajax and PHP.We use jQuery and jQuery Form Plugin which helps in uploading images to server.
Cloudinary is a cloud-based service that provides an end-to-end image management solution including uploads, storage, manipulations, optimizations and delivery.
Easily upload images to the cloud. Automatically perform smart image resizing, cropping and conversion without installing any complex software. Integrate Facebook or Twitter profile image extraction in a snap, in any dimension and style to match your website’s graphics requirements. Images are seamlessly delivered through a fast CDN, and much much more.
Drop Uploader plugin is allows you easily convert default file input field in your form to powerful Drag & Drop area, that supports multiple file uploading, file type validation and errors handling. No need to customize your existing form HTML code, just include plugin files and JS code snippet and turn it on.
- Easy to use
- One & Multiple Files Uploading
- File Type Validation
- File Browse and Drag&Drop Methods Supported
- Works with native input file field
- PHP File Uploading Script included
This article explains how to get the file name, file size (in bytes), file type (Text/PDF/CSS files) and total selected file counts in jQuery before uploading it to the server.
Modern cross platform responsive image cropping and uploading. Slim features beautiful animations and graphics. Configuration and implementation are a walk in the park.
- Responsive and Beautifully Animated
- Compatible with both Bootstrap and Foundation
- Super Fast
- Able to auto crop and resize imagery
- Capable of Correcting Device Orientation problems
- Setup to upload via AJAX or Form POST
- A Treat for the Eyes
Here this article explains how to preview an image before uploading on the server side in jQuery. Let’s suppose you have an application where the user uploads bulk photo and then the users want to upload only some selected photo, in this case, we as a developer don’t want to upload all images photos on the server. As this effect on server load cost effect etc.
So using HTML 5 FileReader() we can able to preview the image before upload it in jQuery.