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path is wrong to custom upload folder

Thread began 5/26/2015 5:35 pm by jo271221 | Last modified 6/08/2015 7:55 pm by jo271221 | 576 views | 2 replies

jo271221

path is wrong to custom upload folder

This files are getting uploaded to the server just fine with this configuration but the path that is getting inserted is
/http:/mysite.com/userfiles/6725/3rdBarrel.jpg One forward slash before the url and only one after the http I tried both with and without www. This is working on another site of mine (CHot file)
I have attached the config files from each site. Thank You!! Also will this same config file control the browse (not file manager but simple browse or do I have to do something else to insert the webprefix in front of those files? Thanks

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