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Can't browse server to view images folder

Thread began 3/02/2012 1:36 pm by Martin | Last modified 3/05/2012 10:15 am by Martin | 592 views | 4 replies


Can't browse server to view images folder

I don't know if I should be posting this issue in this forum or in the design extender forum.

But my issue is that i just uploaded a Power CMS Builder site to a GoDaddy server. I have ensured that the images folder is writable 777.

But when I go through CK editor interface to insert or update an image, all i get is the following image (see attached).

It just says loading and loading...

I have checked the CK editor folder and ensured all files are uploaded. I have also checked the Kae's file manager and all files are uploaded as well. I even set their directories to 777 as well thinking it might be a read/write issue.

Any ideas why the Kae's editor can't browse the directory??


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