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The image inserted in a record doesn't display in email

Thread began 8/09/2011 7:28 am by Alexneg66 | Last modified 8/10/2011 12:02 pm by Alexneg66 | 912 views | 3 replies


The image inserted in a record doesn't display in email

If I insert (or update) an image in a database record (using DataAssist2-CSSFormBuilder2build027-HTMLEditor302) and then I send via e-mail this record as a content of message, the image doesn't display in email application or webmail page.

I have the last your extensions version and I have followed your advices to install them. In fact they work fine. The upload it's ok.

I have tried to insert the absolute link ("http://www." etc) in the Source Code but when I update the record I get this error:
Method Not Implemented
POST to /a_item_Update.php not supported.

In the "Editor preset" of HTML Editor I have "File Manager Enabled (custom)"
Document type is "XHTML 1.0 Traditional" as a php page
Allow file upload Checked
Show directories in FileManager Checked

I have not modify the tag form, it is the same set up by DataAssist.

If I try to modify the content of the field using behaviour in my browser, I see that the behavior add quotation marks any time. So I have to delete the image

Is it normal for the source code to be several """ repeated?

Can you help me? It's important for me.

Thanks in advance

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