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!-- File Uploader HTML-->
<form action="fileupload.php" 
method="post"><label class="custom-uploader" for="file">Upload Your File</label>
<input id="file" accept="image/jpeg,image/gif,image/png,application/pdf,image/x-eps"
name="fileToUpload" type="file" />
<button class="btn btn-success"
name="submit" type="submit"> Upload File </button></form>


  • <form>: HTML <form> is used to display a form on the website. Forms are used for various purposes, including uploading files, submitting feedback, or signing up for newsletters.

  • Action: The HTML form action is the URL to which the form submits the data. 

  • Method: The method attribute is used to specify the HTTP method used to send data while submitting the form. There are two types of methods available.

  • POST

  • GET

  • Enctype: The enctype attribute specifies the encoding type for a form element. This can be set to “multipart/form-data” or “application/x-www-form. multipart/form-data is necessary if your users are required to upload a file through the form.

  • <label>: The <label> HTML tag represents a caption for an item in an interface. It is not mandatory to upload files. It is used just for the caption.

  • <input>: HTML inputs are used to make interactive controls for web-based forms to accept user input data.

  • Type: HTML form input type is a type of input that will automatically validate the data and format it according to specified formats. In this case type=”file” is required to upload a file.

  • Name: The HTML INPUT NAME attribute is used to specify a name for an INPUT element. It is used to reference the form data after submitting the form or reference the JavaScript or CSS element.

  • Submit: HTML’s type=”submit” tag defines a submit button. It is used to submit form information to a web form handler.

  • Accept: The accept attribute’s value is a semicolon-separated list of one or more file types or file type designations, specifying which file types to accept.

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