The jquery product page is "https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/wiki"
My site uses php.
The process flow would be like this. I have the user make selections on a page "/upload/select_event.php". Based on their selection, the form action would send them to the index page of the jquery-file-upload page (would like to rename it from [url removed, login to view] to [url removed, login to view]).
The specific form field containing the directory information would be "upload_dir". In php it would be:
upload_dir = $_GET["upload_dir"];
But it needs to change the JS var and I don't know how.
I would like to use the "Basic Plus UI" interface (has add, start, delete and cancel buttons).
For every picture that gets uploaded, I need the image resized ON THE CLIENT computer into two files. One with a max size of (800px wide or 450px tall) and a thumbnail 100px tall.
They both need to be stored in the same directory. The thumbnail has to have an _t added to the file name. IE [url removed, login to view] and [url removed, login to view]
If the directory doesn't exist, it needs to be created and could be several layers deep. IE "/pics/events/2013/05/bigone/"
Can you do that for me for 45? Can you do that for me this week?
Thank you for your time.