PHP is undoubtedly the best programming language when it comes to web programming. It gives us so many features and capabilities, a few of which we’ve discussed already. So continuing with that, today we’ll see how we can use a few lines of code to create a script that’d allow file uploading right from the web browser. File upload feature is definitely useful kinds of website but at the same time very much vulnerable to malicious attacks as well. So use it with a LOT of precautions! For this example, we’ll need a front-end web page that’ll accept the file from the user and a backend script to process and store the file. Let’s look at the codes of each: upload.html: <html> <body> <form action= "upload_file.php" method= "post" enctype= "multipart/form-data" > <label for = "file" >Filename:</label> <input type= "file" name= "file" id= "file"