Thanks, Brajesh – my hope would be that we could determine what file types can be uploaded on the backend to avoid that.
There are already plugins that help with that like this one, which we’re using with Gravity Forms for our support forms: https://wordpress.org/plugins/file-upload-types/
- This reply was modified 1 week, 5 days ago by Ryan Zee.
Thank you for the patience.
Please upgrade to 1.1.0 and you can use the file field type.
Please do know that we have not removed the WordPress restrictions on file types. So, please try the field with least privileged user and if that gives you a warning(unable to upload dues to security reasons), please install one of the following plugins for removing that limit.
or anything similar.
Thanks, I’ve got the file field in there (set with the custom Plottr .pltr file extension via the “file upload types” plugin), but the file isn’t uploading to the field 🙁
I don’t get a warning or message — nothing happens. The upload process just stalls and doesn’t complete itself. The field works fine with the normal extensions like png and pdf.
This setup also works fine with Gravity Forms, meaning I can upload my Plottr file (pltr) using one of their forms with the file type plugin enabled.
See linked images and the video here: https://share.sendspark.com/view/j243lj0nvo5jqodi
File Upload Types: https://www.evernote.com/l/APRCkS1OWyJC5p458oLKk3bPM2W12mwX4Lo
Buddyform Setup: https://www.evernote.com/l/APS-5oSVB1BE2bzzrXWAbNRoV6IxWMe6Q9Y
Please advise. Thanks!
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