The HtmlInputFile control is used to control an <input type="file"> element. In HTML, this element is used to upload a file to the server.
|Accept||List of acceptable MIME types|
|Attributes||Returns all attribute name and value pairs of the element|
|Disabled||A Boolean value that indicates whether or not the control should be disabled. Default is false|
|id||A unique id for the element|
|MaxLength||The maximum number of characters allowed in this element|
|Name||The name of the element|
|PostedFile||Gets access to the posted file|
|runat||Specifies that the element is a server control. Must be set to "server"|
|Size||The width of the element|
|Style||Sets or returns the CSS properties that are applied to the control|
|TagName||Returns the element tag name|
|Type||The type of the element|
|Value||The value of the element|
|Visible||A Boolean value that indicates whether or not the control should be visible|
Declare one HtmlInputFile control, one HtmlInputButton control, and three HtmlGeneric controls in an .aspx file (remember to embed the controls inside an HtmlForm control). When the submit button is triggered, the submit subroutine is executed. The file name and file type are displayed on the page, while the file itself is uploaded to the c directory on the server:
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