Image & File Upload

Everything to know about this feature

How It Works

Giving users the ability to add files and media to your site’s forms can make it way easier for you to collect the information you need.

In this article, we’ll show you how to easily create a file upload form using a WordPress plugin.

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 ( . )
Example : pdf,txt,jpeg,jpg,png

  • Documents (.doc, .xls, .ppt, and .pdf)
  • Images (.png, .gif, and .jpg)
  • Video (.mpg, .mov, and .wmv)
  • Audio (.wav, .mp3, and .mp4)

Use Cases

You might need to add a file upload field to your WordPress forms so you can collect different types of files and media with frontend upload from site visitors as they submit their form to you.