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Thread: Multiple $_FILES['passport']['type']'s error

  1. #1
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    Question Multiple $_FILES['passport']['type']'s error

    PHP Code:
    #If upload button is clicked
    if(isset($_POST['s_reg'])){
    $reg = $_REQUEST['s_reg'];

    #Get file extension and size
    $msize = $_REQUEST['max_size']; //Max allowed file size
    $size = $_FILES['passport']['size']; //Actual file size
    $type = $_FILES['passport']['type'];

    #Check File type

    if($type != 'image/pjpeg' || $type != 'image/gif' || $type != 'image/x-png'){
        $_SESSION['upload'] = "<span class='error'>This image format is not supported!</span>";
    }else{

    #Check file size
    if($size <= $msize){

    #if conditions are met, upload file
    $file = basename($_FILES['passport']['name']);
    $rename_file = $reg.$file; //Rename file with prefix of student registration number
    $uploaddir = $passport_dir; //Declared in userconfig.inc.php
    $uploadfile = $uploaddir.$rename_file;

    if (move_uploaded_file($_FILES['passport']['tmp_name'], $uploadfile)){
       $_SESSION['upload'] = "<span class='response'>Passport uploaded successfully</span>";
       #Update user passport URL
       $p_name_after = $rename_file; //Passport name after upload
            $up_q = "UPDATE students SET passport_url = '".$passport_dir_a.$p_name_after."'
                        WHERE s_reg = '".$reg."'";
            $up_result = $db_q($up_q, $conn);
    ?>
    <script language="javascript" type="text/javascript">
    function reloadIt(){
    opener.location.reload();
    self.close();
    }
    setTimeout('reloadIt()',3000);
    /*setTimeout("opener.location.reload(true)",3000)
    self.close();*/
    </script>
    <?php
       
    } else {
       
    $_SESSION['upload'] = "<span class='error'>Passport upload has failed!</span>";
    }

    }else{
        
    $_SESSION['upload'] = "<span class='error'>Passport size is too large!</span>";
    }
    }
    }
    From the above code I am getting no good result from
    if($type != 'image/pjpeg' || $type != 'image/gif' || $type != 'image/x-png'){

    all kind of file is not supported with the above if but with
    if($type != 'image/pjpeg'){
    only .jpeg extension is supported.

    what could be the problem?

  2. #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by itbeings
    PHP Code:
    if($type != 'image/pjpeg' || $type != 'image/gif' || $type != 'image/x-png'){ 
    That code is illogical. You probably wanted something like:
    PHP Code:
    if(!($type == 'image/pjpeg' || $type == 'image/gif' || $type == 'image/x-png')){ 

  3. #3
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    No it's correct
    if($type != 'image/pjpeg' || $type != 'image/gif' || $type != 'image/x-png'){
    $_SESSION['upload'] = "<span class='error'>This image format is not supported!</span>";

    if it's not that type return and assign the $_SESSION['upload']

  4. #4
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    I gat the solution somewhere else.
    Thanks.

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