- The upload.php script is automatically included from stdconfig.php if the
$EnableUploadvariable is true in config.php. Note that one may still need to set an upload password before users can upload (see UploadsAdmin).
- The directory where uploads are to be stored. Defaults to uploads/ in the pmwiki directory, but can be set to any location on the server. This directory must be writable by the webserver process if uploading is to occur.
- The url of the directory given by
The format of the upload link displayed when an attachment is present. No default is set.
- The format of the upload link displayed when an attachment not present. Defaults to
<a class='createlinktext' href='\$LinkUpload'>\$LinkText</a>
<a class='createlink' href='\$LinkUpload'> Δ</a>");
- Sets the prefix for uploaded files to allow attachments to be organized other than by groups. Defaults to
'/$Group'(uploads are organized per-group), but can be set to other values for sitewide or per-page attachments.
$UploadPrefixFmt= '/$FullName'; # per-page attachments
$UploadPrefixFmt= ''; # sitewide attachments
- When set to 1 (the default), links to attachments bypass PmWiki and come directly from the webserver. Setting
$EnableDirectDownload=0; causes requests for attachments to be obtained via
?action=download. This allows PmWiki to protect attachments using a page's read permissions, but also increases the load on the server.
- When set to 1 (default is 0), uploading a file to a location where a file of the same name already exists causes the old version to be renamed to
file.ext,timestamp(instead of being overwritten).
timestampis a Unix-style timestamp.
- The set of characters allowed in upload names. Defaults to
"-\w. ", which means alphanumerics, hyphens, underscores, dots, and spaces can be used in upload names, and everything else will be stripped.
$UploadNameChars= "-\w. !=+"; # allow exclamations, equals, and plus
- Overall size limit for groups, in the group configuration file (i.e., local/Group.php)
- Overall size limit for all uploads.
- Maximum size for uploading files (50000 octets by default)
Units are in bytes. 100K: 100000; 1MB: 1000000; 1GB: 1000000000; 1TB: 1000000000000;
Question - What are "octets" in the
$UploadMaxSize text above? John Bittner