You are an agency, a freelancer or anybody else who has to provide and receive various files from partners or customers? Someone who wants it simple yet appealing?
We hereby present you Royal Downloads – the new, fast and comfortable way to share files amongst your customers or anyone else. We even think that it is the best script for file distribution out there – and we want to prove this:
First of all, we offer a secure option to distribute files. Files are stored securely and users can only download files that are meant for them. If you need him to upload something, change his rights. For easy use, we created three user roles: The admin, the uploader and the user. Pretty self-explanatory, right? (If you have concerns: The uploader is also able to download files.)
You can organize the files in as many folders as you like. Of course, you can add a description to a file or change its display or download name.
Everything is optimized towards performance. We minified scripts and stylesheets for faster page loading times (the original sources are included). If your server supports it, contents are gzip minified for even faster performance. With the current developments in mobile browsing we also included a responsive layout which adapts to your screen size. Image upload of iOS6 is supported.
We mentioned the phrase “comfort”: Royal Downloads comes with a guided and easy installation. We feature drag’n’drop as well as multiple concurrent uploads. Email-notifications are built in, also a preview for images and videos (format depends on your browser; mp4, ogg and webm are supported).
On top of that, Royal Downloads is “brandable”. Upload your logo and you have your very own download manager – great for example for companies.
We hope, Royal Downloads offers the solution to your file distribution problems.
Live demoThe logins for the live demo are:
- Admin: admin // pass
- Uploader: john // pass
- User: bob // pass
Notice: For security reasons, you can’t upload, delete or edit any files, folders or users in the live demo. The purchased script is, of course, fully functional.
SupportATTENTION! Due to the fact that we have lots of other projects at the moment, we won’t provide support anymore for any of our products here on CodeCanyon. They work fine for hundreds of customers, if you have a problem this is most likely because of an improper server setup. Thank you for your understanding.
RequirementsTo be able to use this script, your server needs the following:
- A MySQL database
- Apache: mod_rewrite enabled
- PHP: short_open_tag must be enabled, or you must use PHP 5.4
- Optional: Gzip enabled for faster page loading
Browser compatibilityRoyal Downloads was tested with:
- Chrome 21
- Firefox 14
- Safari 6
- IE8: It was tested successfully in Browserstack, but looks completely broken. Some customers even reported that it isn’t working, so no guarantees for IE8!
- IE9: It works and looks good
- IE10: It works and looks perfect
Changelog1.4.2 – February 15th 2013
- Fix bug where emails wouldn’t get sent in some cases
- Remove link to upload via FTP for uploader
- Optional Login button
- Sending emails via SMTP
- Better IE compatibility
- New Download counter
- General Improvements
- Many Bugfixes
- Script now creates all configuration files itself so you don’t have to modify any files during the installation
- Rewritten download script so iOS devices can preview videos
- Logo is now always centered
- New path detection system that supports subdomain install
- Fix problem with downloads under certain circumstances
- Fix problems with uploader
- Partial Downloading (-> Pause and resume downloads)
- New path detection to fix some bugs
- Fix error where Email-from wouldn’t get saved
- Switched to native HTML5 player
- Fix bug where email could not be sent
- Instructions for setup with subdomain
- Various Bugfixes and Improvements
- Fix for IE errors
- Fix for bug where user would get email on creation though the option is disabled
- FTP uploads
- Smaller background size for faster page loading
- Users view refactored to look nicer in code
- Fixed a bug with determining large file sizes
- Fixed an error where no assets would be loaded with some PHP installations
- Fixed a spelling error in the documentation
- Initial release