A read-only reference to the Form object that contains the FileUpload element.
A read-only string, set by the HTML NAME attribute, that specifies the name of the FileUpload element. This is also the element_name that can be used to reference the FileUpload element as a property of its form.
A read-only string that specifies the type of this form element. For FileUpload elements, it has the value "file." Available in Navigator 3.0 and later.
A read-only string that specifies the value contained in the input field (which is also the value sent to the server when the form is submitted.) In Navigator 2.0, this field is always blank. In Navigator 3.0 any filename specified by the user may be read, but the property still may not be set.
Remove the keyboard focus from the FileUpload element.
Set the keyboard focus to the FileUpload element. When focus is set, all keystrokes are automatically entered into this element.
Highlight all the text in the FileUpload element, and enter a special mode so that future input replaces the highlighted text.
Invoked when a user action causes the FileUpload element to lose the keyboard focus.
Invoked when the user changes the value in the FileUpload element and moves the keyboard focus elsewhere. This event handler is not invoked for every keystroke in the FileUpload element, but only when the user completes an edit.
Invoked when a user action causes the FileUpload element to gain the keyboard focus.
A FileUpload element is created with a standard HTML <INPUT> tag, with the addition of optional attributes for event handlers:
<FORM ENCTYPE="multipart/form-data" METHOD=post> required attributes ... <INPUT TYPE"file" specifies that this is a FileUpload element [ NAME="name" ] a name that can later be used to refer to this element specifies the name property [ SIZE=integer ] how many characters wide the element is [ MAXLENGTH=integer ] max allowed number of input characters [ onBlur="handler" ] the onblur() event handler [ onChange="handler" ] the onchange() event handler [ onFocus="handler" ] the onfocus() event handler > ...
The FileUpload element represents a file upload input element in a form. In many respects, this input element is much like the Text element. On the screen, it appears like a text input field, with the addition of a Browse... button that opens a directory browser. Entering a filename into a FileUpload element (either directly or through the browser) will cause Netscape to submit the contents of that file along with the form. For this to work, the form must use "multipart/form-data" encoding and the POST method.