Sounds like you might want to start here:
The demo instructions on the Dropbox website tell you what to embed on the page
Okay, so I added this
<button type="button">Try it</button>
<style> var button = Dropbox.createChooseButton(options); document.getElementById("container").appendChild(button); </style>
I do not think that was was I was supposed to do.
<style> tag instead of a
I have a simple sample page that uses the Chooser here though:
You can look at the source to see how it works.
I very much thank you for all your help. I am actually starting to get somewhere with all other this.
Okay, so I have this
but I get this
What am I doing wrong?
Thanks Greg! It works! Unfortunately though this is not what I thought It was. I need the users to be able to view and download from a specific app folder and only that specific app folder without having to sign in. Is there something like that?
No, there currently isn't a way to restrict the Chooser to a certain path like that, but I'll be sure to pass this along as a feature request.
(Unless you mean you want them to be able to view and download from your account only? In that case, you may just want to use a shared link to a folder in your account: https://www.dropbox.com/help/167 )
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