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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Where Form 843 Processing

Instructions and Help about Where Form 843 Processing

Hey guys, what's up? In this new tutorial of "Two Toyed," I will show you how you can upload files to the server using PHP and Ajax. Well, AJAX stands for Asynchronous JavaScript and XML, which is capable of updating the page contents without reloading it. That means you can send or receive data from the server in the background, which means more real-time plus the bandwidth savior. This is my YouTube channel, and make sure you subscribe to it. This is my index.php page and upload.php script, which looks quite similar to the multiple upload files. If you want that tutorial, a link is given in the description. You can just check it and use the same form. I have just given an ID that is "form," as well as an ID "sub" but to be some web button, and I've already done the stylings. Now we can move to the script part. So, for this, you will require GQO script as well as the jQuery form plugin, which you can download from the link given in the description. I have already downloaded them and included them on my index.php page. Now, the first thing is attaching an event handler that is "submit" to prevent the default handling. Now, the AJAX part is upload.php, and here goes the upload progress. Here is a function which has event position, total, and percent complete. Now, we include the sub but and ID percentage plus percent complete. And on success, we will display a message that the upload is completed. The same goes over here. Here we display a message that it is uploaded. Also, if you want, you can set a timeout. There goes the function and say one second, and you will display the message that "Upload Complete." So, now we are ready with our...