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html editor attach image validate

Thread began 10/07/2013 12:36 pm by webVoodoo | Last modified 10/10/2013 1:48 pm by webVoodoo | 1746 views | 11 replies


html editor attach image validate

Hi WebAssist

I have a problem to which I can't find the solution. Using DataBridge v 1.1.3 I built DataAssist admin pages and added the HTML Editor to the Insert and Update pages. This all works fine. I then decided to add the attach image button to the HTML Editor toolbar which is fine, but when adding an image by selecting the Browse Server button on the Inset page, instead of the file browser popping up, the login page pops up instead.

The pop-up login window has this in the address bar:

Which I notice looks similar to this line in the HTML editor (may be a red herring):

$CKEditor_config["filebrowserBrowseUrl"] = "../webassist/kfm/index.php?uicolor=".urlencode(isset($CKEditor_config["uiColor"])?str_replace("#","#",$CKEditor_config["uiColor"]):"#eee")."&theme=webassist_v2&showsidebar=false";

I imagine this has something to do with a failed CKEditor validation somewhere. I looked into the kfm folder, particularly the configuration file. It lists a kfm_db but I'm not sure where that database is. There aren't any extra tables or fields in my MySQL database other than the ones I created myself.

The database may not have anything to do with it, but it does seem something isn't configured correctly causing the validation to fail and pop up the login page when attaching an image in the HTML Editor.

I've attached an image of the login pop-up.

Thanks for any help with this propblem.

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