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Thread began 6/24/2011 7:06 am by mrs | Last modified 6/27/2011 5:03 pm by mrs | 1393 views | 6 replies


On the public side of the site the code is:
<img alt="" src="_dataimages/_editor/30dc5b4.jpg">

On the admin side of the site the code is:
<img alt="" src="_dataimages/_editor/30dc5b4.jpg">

But it should be:
<img alt="" src="../../_dataimages/_editor/30dc5b4.jpg">
because the page news_detail.php in the admin section is in the folders _admin/news/

The configuration file setting are:
$kfm_userfiles_address = '../../_dataimages/_editor';
$kfm_userfiles_output = '_dataimages/_editor/';

Which suggests to me that the public pages work ok because they are at the root, but the admin pages being one or two levels down from the root will not display, so how do I over come this?

I have tried using "/" and "./" but nothing seems to work!



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