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When try to upload files more than 5mb its get stopped at 57 or 85 but never get completed..
SEOClerks message section uploading file size have like 50 MB.
If you face any trouble - than make those zip and upload the files easily.
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Well, I'm not an expert but you can try to give these tips a chance. First, you can try to update your browser and your Adobe Flash version. Also, try to erase cache and cookies before uploading, sometimes there's a corrupted one that is not letting complete the process. If you already have updated browser, maybe you need a different one to upload, so give a chance to another platform. Check the site limit before uploading, maybe images/videos/ files need to be 5 mb or lower.
These are actually all the tips that I was going to recommend myself, as they are basically my own default process for dealing with any sort of browser related issues.
I'd say with about 90% of the issues I've had with my browser, they were almost always cleared up by simply wiping the cached data and cookies. If all else fails, uninstalling and installing the latest version often helps as well, though it's obviously more work. If the issue occurs across all browsers, it's definitely site related.
I know on other Ionicware sites, I had to resize a lot of my high resolution photos to post in discussion because the site had a size limit. Understandably so, as hosting images can use up a large amount of bandwidth.
Same here, I've noticed that after cleaning cache and cookies, it gets easier to upload files. Sometimes just by updating the browser, it automatically begins to let me work better. There's also a chance that is not just the browser, cache, cookies, but maybe is just the internet connection. Let's face it, some of us have trashy internet, and doesn't matter how much we try, if the connections is a mess, than you won't be able to upload anything at all.
The internet connection can definitely be a factor. The thing is that a lot of people forget that your download and upload rates aren't going to be the same. The upload rate for most people is typically much slower than the download rate. For example, I have a 3Mb/s download rate at the moment, but my upload rate is only 200Kb/s. A lot of people think that they are going to be able to upload content at the same rate that they download it, but that is pretty much never the case.
True! and that's another factor to be aware of. Unfortunately, I'm not wealthy enough to pay for satellite internet service, which is just great, because you have download/upload rates that are to envy for. I had the chance to try it at my neighbor's company, and that was super smooth, you can be gaming, downloading, uploading, online video calling, and you would never ever had an issue. That's when I realized that's the internet connection of my dreams.
Is satellite internet service actually that good? Maybe the technology has improved, but I remember talking to people who live in the countryside with no cable service, and they said that their satellite internet was absolutely abysmal. It could be a case-by-case thing, but that's why I was just surprised to hear someone praising satellite internet.
Personally, the internet of my dreams is Google Fiber. Their internet connection is one gigabit per second, which equals to over 125 MB/s! That's only...oh...122 more megabytes than my current internet speed. I could download an entire movie, full 1080p HD resolution, in like a minute. Talk about instant gratification.
Honestly, I know these guys have satellite internet and it works great. I don't know if it's because they have a private and expensive provider, but that connection rocks. We don't have Google Fiber here, or at least not right now, I live in a country where you depend on whatever the government allows to let through, and I guess they won't like competition for the state service (btw it sucks).
Some sites are set up to have a limit size of file that can be uploaded by a user or a member. So, I think that the case which you are experiencing is not serious but as a result of the file which you intended to upload seems to be above the required file size for upload. Find a way to trim the megabytes of the file properly by turning it into zip format and I'm sure it's going to upload with ease.
This may sound like a pretty basic response, but try clearing your cookies and cache to essentially restart your progress on SEOclerks. Sometimes this will fix most issues with websites, but it could actually be the site itself and hopefully, it gets fixed sooner rather than later
If all else fails, just contact SEOclerks (ionicware) and explain your issues. They tend to get right on bugs and problems, so you might even have this resolved by the time you read my message
you can try it making a zip file