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Power CMS does not change image size

Thread began 4/02/2014 4:25 pm by Paul | Last modified 4/04/2014 3:22 pm by Paul | 1388 views | 13 replies


Ok, Jason...thanks. I am going to have my client just resize the images prior to uploading.

One last question...the CMS is supposed to allow them to add/edit pages live on the website, without having to use the CMS UI. One issue she is having is that if she edits the page on the website, not the UI, and clicks on the image button to upload a new image, it doesn't give her the option to browse her local computer for images to upload.

Is this true?

You still have the credentials, so you can see for yourself. I just tried it myself and don't see the ability to upload an iimage.


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