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files over 100 in size is the max ammount you can do, any more files and it will fail. You need to use windows explorer view on the document library to upload in big bulk ammounts! similar answer here: Cannot upload 600 multiple documents in document library EDIT just to make it clear, 100 relates to the ammount of files you want to bulk upload. The max ...


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Try working the opposite way arround. Let them upload their resume as document in a document library. Create a content type with all the needed information that they need to fill out. Make sure that the users can only view their own entries/uploads.


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To avoid applying your customizations to dialogs add the CSS class s4-notdlg to all HTML elements you want to hide. If you are applying custom CSS to standard HTML elements you'd need to use the CSS class ms-dialog to reset them to their respective default values. If you need help to identify those elements either post the relevant code or use tools like ...


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http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787(v=office.14).aspx#ListLibrary 100 items per bulk operation The user interface allows a maximum of 100 items to be selected for bulk operations to get around this issue, open the document library in explorer view and upload that way. goto the list page -> on the right hand side of the list at ...


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You can add class="s4-notdlg" in the ribbon div in the master page. And open the Ipload.apsx in the popup. The above mention class will prevent to open ribbon in the popup. It will hide the ribbon in the upload.aspx in the popup. ...


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You can do that with a little CSS. In your copy of the upload.aspx, add a content editor web part to the bottom of the page and add the following CSS snippet. You might want to play with it by removing and re-adding each line to get exactly what you want. This snippet will strip out a lot, it will only leave the title and the buttons, and will work on a ...


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I did some test and found the following having SharePoint Site Collection Feature SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure active and Site Feature SharePoint Server Publishing Deactivated. When you drag-and-drop a document to the document library with a required field, it uploads just fine without gettig the Edit Propoerty Dialog. My guess is that you ...


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You cannot use the following characters in file/folder name: Tilde (~), Number sign (#), Percent (%), Ampersand (&), Asterisk (*), Braces ({ }), Backslash (), Colon (:), Angle brackets (< >), Question mark (?), Slash (/), Plus sign (+), Pipe (|), Quotation mark ("). You cannot use the period character consecutively in the middle of a file/folder ...


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~, #, %, & , *, {, }, \, :, <, >, ?, /, |, “ above special character is not allowed for files/folder.. you need to replace these characters for create folder or files..


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You don't need to use Page.Form.Enctype = "multipart/form-data";. When you are working with Application pages you have to use Page.Request.Files which gives you a HttpFileCollection object. This contains all files from all fileupload controls that has the runat="server" attribute on the page.



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