Range: valid CGI URL
Specifies the CGI script that's prepared to accept a user supplied file upload.
The user will be prompted to select a file from their drive when a CGI control with
this attribute is first clicked, or if the attribute is set from a previous response.
By default, all types of files are allowed to be uploaded. But types can also be
filtered so only certain files can be selected for upload. Each tag nested within
the CGI's control tag will be used to create a FileFilter object, using its
See the Adobe Flash™ documentation for more information.
progress attribute is automatically updated during the file transfer.
The file data will be in a POST parameter, the name of which is specified by the
Please note that Flash handles this transfer directly, so certain header information
(eg. cookies) will not be present in the request unless included in the query string
align: the string 'top', 'left' or 'center'
angle: floating point number (degrees)
bind: an object ID, period and property name
border: positive integer (pixels)
bordercolor: six character hex color value
color: six character hex color value
config: url to a configuration file with a moviemasher tag
disicon: valid URL to a graphic
disable: an object ID, period and property name followed by a condition and value
download: valid CGI or file URL
downloadname: valid file name, with extension
font: valid font id
forecolor: six character hex color value
get: valid URL
grad: floating point number less than 128
hide: an object ID, period and property name followed by a condition and value
height: integer (pixels) or '*', '**'... (proportional)
icon: valid URL to a graphic
overicon: valid URL to a graphic
pattern: a valid string with curly braced property names
select: an object ID, period and property name followed by a condition and value
symbol: a valid SWF URL, followed by an ampersand and class name
text: any string
textalign: the string 'left', 'right' or 'center'
textsize: positive integer (pixels)
upload: valid CGI URL
uploadname: valid POST parameter name
width: integer (pixels) or '*', '**'... (proportional)