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Thread began 7/28/2015 12:41 pm by Charles | Last modified 3/29/2016 2:56 pm by Charles | 497 views | 23 replies

Charles

The uploader for PowerCMS is working fine, but now I have a related issue on the display of correctly uploaded images. If you take a look at the first URL below, you'll see the image under 'Hardscaping' is broken. It's looking for the image source at src="/gsc/www/files/hardscapehome.jpeg" . The image is there but because PCMS is operating under the root domain, I really need the page to call for the image SRC and similarly uploaded images at the second URL below. So how/where might I hard code ' http://outofchaos.net' as a prefix to the SRC string that PCMS calls to display the uploaded images? Would appreciate any suggestions . . .Thank you

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