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I want to upload mulitple image at a time , for more clarification i have mention below link

http://www.olx.com.pk/posting.php?categ_id=378

when you click on add photos , you can upload 20 picture at a time.

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  • Drupal version 6 or 7? – emc Apr 9 '13 at 4:17
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This has been answered before, but I can't mark it as a duplicate or flag.

You can use the the Plupload module to allow multiple uploads and even set limits by going into the code.

  • I believe Plupload cannot work on its own. It's designed to work with other modules. If someone can please confirm this. – timofey.com Jan 23 '14 at 0:27
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http://drupal.org/project/swfupload is a widely-used multiple image upload module. There are installation instructions here and if you run into issues be sure to read through the issue queue before posting a support ticket!

How to install SWFUpload for Drupal 7:

  1. Download the FileField module.

  2. Download the jQuery Plugin Handler (jQp) module. This module is required for loading the SWFUpload javascript library.

  3. Place both modules, as well as the SWFUpload module, in your module directory. (sites/all/modules)

  4. If you do not have created a 'libraries' directory yet, create one. (sites/all/libraries)

  5. Create a new directory called 'swfupload' inside the 'libraries' folder. (sites/all/libraries)

  6. Download the SWFUpload 2.2.0.1 release.

  7. Copy the files 'swfupload.swf' and 'swfupload.js' to the swfupload folder inside the libraries folder. The end result will read: sites/all/libraries/swfupload/swfupload.js and sites/all/libraries/swfupload/swfupload.swf

  8. Enable this module by navigating to: admin/build/modules

  9. Ensure the library is available by visiting: admin/build/jqp/swfupload/

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You may also want to consider http://drupal.org/project/multiupload_filefield_widget.

Used with his little brother http://drupal.org/project/multiupload_imagefield_widget, it should do the trick.

Really easy to install.

  • This should be the ideal choice for multiple image/file option. This module is as close to core as it gets, but lets you hold ctrl + select files to upload multiple. – timofey.com Jan 23 '14 at 0:28
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go for module plupload

[relationship] (http://drupal.org/project/plupload

kindly go through readme.txt for more information regarding module.

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