About Sam Hänni
Sam Haenni is a Web Developer who has a passion for Online Marketing (especially anything to do with SEO). He co-founded SwissMadeMarketing and is currently spending most of his time working on SECockpit.
Sam shows us how you can add an upload element to a form in inCMS. This very useful feature will allow you to receive pdf reports, images or other files uploaded directly to the backend of inCMS. Watch Sam’s video now and learn how to take advantage of this useful feature.
Min. 0:00 - 0:22
Min. 0:23 - 1:36
Adding an upload element to a form in inCMS
Min. 1:37 - 1:59
Demonstrating uploading a file
Min. 2:00 - 3:02
The form is sent to the email address you designated as well as uploaded to the backend (depending on your settings)
Min. 3:03 - 3:12
Questions & Answers:
Are there file types which are not allowed?
The following file types are not allowed: 'php', 'cgi', 'pl', 'mov', 'mp4', 'avi'
Is there an upload limit?
The upload limit is 100 MB.
What do you think of this update? We look forward to every comment as well as further wishes and ideas.