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Tutorial for uploading .zip or .mp3 files?
« on: August 16, 2004, 02:10:42 am »

I have spent the last 55 minutes searching around the FAQ, documentation and boards looking for any explanation on how to upload .mp3 or .zip (of .mp3s) into a gallery.

Does anyone have a quick link or tutorial to share? I was hoping to pass it on to my Music Helper on my site, as she'd be in charge of the monthly uploads. I can't explain it to her yet because I don't know. Or is it achingly simple and can be explained in under 50 words?

I appreciate any help. I see on the demo galleries that it's do-able, but I have yet to see how. Thanks!
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Re: Tutorial for uploading .zip or .mp3 files?
« Reply #1 on: August 16, 2004, 02:25:28 am »

Well you should be able to upload those without a hitch. It is the same process as an image file. If you are having issues (such as errors stating file size too large) then modify your setting in the config. It'll take a while to upload them but there you go...

I think that was a little more than 50 words (+5-)

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Re: Tutorial for uploading .zip or .mp3 files?
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2004, 01:41:44 am »

Well you should be able to upload those without a hitch. It is the same process as an image file. If you are having issues (such as errors stating file size too large) then modify your setting in the config. It'll take a while to upload them but there you go...

I think that was a little more than 50 words (+5-)

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Ahhhh, awesome. I haven't got the latest version yet, so I was hoping for that answer! My Helper will just have to wait and try it out at the last second before we go live.

Thank you very much!
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[solved]: Tutorial for uploading .zip or .mp3 files?
« Reply #3 on: August 17, 2004, 03:40:17 pm »

Not a problem. The latest is always the best  ;D

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