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I believe I had a project that had a similar requirement. I think what I did was require a minimum WIDTH/HEIGHT in this case 350px by 500px and I set a max so people didn't upload crazy sizes (5mb for example) Then I used CSS and set the max-width and max-height on the image to make it stay within the proportions I required. Kind of like this: ...


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A few thoughts: Given the layout you provide, 500x530 seems much bigger than would be needed. Something closer to 300x210 would seem more appropriate. For very wide browsers, you could always go more than 4 across and cap the image size at 300px wide. With regard to image size requirements, I see a few possibilities: Don't require a specific size, but do ...


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I think the best thing that you could do is make an upload button easily visible, and then make the button redirect to the upload page, where a file chooser opens up, revealing the user's files, with an image filter (.PNG, .jpg/.jpeg, .BMP, .gig, etc). After the user chooses the file, start a streamed upload, uploading the file progressively, byte by byte, ...


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Yes it is. You shouldn't rely on your drag and drop functionality as the only way to upload files. I agree it is an 'advanced' features which many users don't know. Many users are clumsy with there mouse, so dragging a file across the screen can be hard, especially on trackpads! But in many cases, this method is a way faster. You ask 'Aren't users ...


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Let me answer, but I am not sure understood your question and find out what you want correctly, But maybe this can help you. Google drive let users to upload file and multiple file too, This is the way that Google is using: There are check box beside each file that uploaded and let user to select each file what they need and delete, rename or move it. ...



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