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Could a temp url be messing up KFM

Thread began 11/12/2013 7:13 am by gruant2000381341 | Last modified 11/12/2013 11:26 am by gruant2000381341 | 595 views | 1 replies


Could a temp url be messing up KFM

I am having an issue with the KFM image management system.

I can upload images, and browse images.
I have verified that the images have been uploaded onto the server.

When I choose the image to be placed, I get a broken link in the editor and on the live page.
The source view for the image looks like it should be okay.
<img alt="" src="/home2/xxxxxx/public_html/my_content/files/place200.jpg" />
if I manually edit that to...
<img alt="" src="/my_content/files/place200.jpg" />
then the image shows correctly in the editor and the live page

Now I have to tell you that I am running under a temporary url, as we have not transferred the domain yet and have not changed the nameservers so I am visiting the test site via...
Could that temporary url be the culprit?

I went through the KFM tables to see if there was an issue in there and noticed this
In the KFM session vars table... in the kfm_url field...
which holds that temp url

but then in the kfm_settings the value field, I have....

Would the temp url be causing all this?
When we transfer the domain, will I need to delete all these KFM tables, and delete the "files" folder so it will "re-install" with the proper domain and path to the images? Is there anything else I would need to do or delete to make it re-install?

Or, would simply changing this...
in the session vars table fix it when we transfer the domain

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