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Adding 'browse server' option for image attachments

Thread began 1/06/2013 6:15 am by CraigR | Last modified 1/08/2013 1:33 pm by CraigR | 647 views | 8 replies

CraigRBeta Tester

I tried adding an instance of file manager to an existing insert page and after a bit of trial and error, got it working.

All of my images are stored in a folder called images, which I have set in my Power CMS server settings.

When i click on an uploaded image, i get the folder and image name added to the text field.

So far so good, and I some further questions for which I cant find answers in the help.

  • Can I restrict the view of the folder to display only images, (it may contain several file types such as pdf as well) ?
  • Is there a setting where i can return only the image name and not the full path, or do i have to strip the string with a bit of manual coding ?
  • Can i change the maximum size parameter from 1024 * 768

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