[thelist] ASP: Allow clients to upload images to server - with Contribute 2???

Jono Young Jono at brookgroup.com
Fri Aug 29 13:22:21 CDT 2003

You might want to check into Macromedia Contribute 2.  I am not sure how
powerful or capable it is, but what it does is allows you to designate
certain area of a website as restricted, and certain areas as accessible by
your client(s) who may need to make changes to the site.  Here's a link to
info. on Macromedia's site:
On 8/29/03 12:57 PM, "aardvark" <roselli at earthlink.net> wrote:

>> From: Scott Schrantz <scotts at rci-nv.com>
>> You need to have a file upload component installed on the server. Many
>> Windows hosts offer one as part of their package (brinkster.com, for
>> example). If you're running your own server, you'll have to install it
>> yourself. If your host doesn't offer it, I think you're out of luck.
> [...]
> there are script-only upload components (so, yeah, it's not really a
> component) that don't require an installation on the server...
> however, your host has to support the script by having things like
> FSO enabled...
> --
> my latest book project:
> Web Graphics for Non-Designers
> http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1590591712/evoltorg02-20
> ISBN: 1590591712

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