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Creating the Form
By default, you can build pages and create content within WordPress without ever having to upload any custom HTML files. In addition, the WordPress theme you use will likely have its own set of pre-designed page templates that you can take advantage of to create a unique website that meets your needs. Beyond that, there are plenty of WordPress landing page plugins you can use to create customized page templates for site visitors to land from search results, email campaigns, and even social media. So really, there is very little need to upload HTML files to WordPress because, usually, everything you need to format your website is already there.
This quick guide shows you how to set up a form to upload images to your media library using the free WordPress plugin Snippy. This will create a location for us to send our files to. And paste the code below in the textfield. Click Save. Add it to a page using the page editor , refresh the page, your file upload form should now appear. Refresh the page and select an image, Doka should open the image and when clicking done the edited image should appear in the WordPress Media Library. To make this solution a little bit more secure we can add a WordPress nonce field. And add the following if statements to the functions. These code snippets should give you a good idea of what is required for uploading files with WordPress and how to build uppon it. That said.