element with the class of .preview. (input[typefile]).change(function(e) (this).parents(.parent-selector).find(.element-to-paste- filename).text(e.target.files.name)The simplest way is to simply use the following line of jquery, using this you dont get the /fakepath nonsense, you straight up get the file that was This tutorial, Explains about, how to get input values of different HTML form elements using jQuery as follows: we have taken three form elements in our example input field, radio button and a textarea.
jquery.input exposes a unified interface for interacting with html input elements."inputVal" sets and gets inputs with string, with the exception of checkboxes, multiple selects and multiple file inputs. These elements are get set with arrays (since they can hold multiple values). ("input[namefirstname]"). However the syntax was deprecated in jQuery 1.2 and removed in jQuery 1.3, so dont use it when using jQuery 1.2 and up.How to get and set form element values with jQuery.