Image & File Upload

Everything to know about this feature

How It Works

The Custom Math feature is great to add custom math to affect the total cost in scenarios that aren’t related to what the user (customer) wants. An example could be shipping cost, no matter what the customer wants, they will need to base shipping costs. Currently, it’s triggered automatically on each calculator load.
Note: This feature works at the sub-section level. Which gives you greater control.

What does it look like?

Here are some of the resources and tools you will have access to as soon as you become a member of Prosper.

Frontend View

Backend View

File size & extentions

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File Size Max

Enter in kilobytes the maximum file size.

Note: We recommend 1000 KBS.
Note: Do not enter KBS at the end, only the whole number.

Allowed Files Extensions

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Note : Don’t enter the dot ( . ) O
Example : pdf,txt,jpeg,jpg,png

What It Can Do?

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What It Cannot Do?

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What Are Some Use Cases?

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If your pricing is set up to show the yearly pricing, but you want to convert it a monthly cost in the front-end, then you can add “Divide by 12” to give the monthly price.