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Thread began 6/12/2019 7:57 am by Jamie | Last modified 7/11/2019 4:12 pm by Jamie | 1819 views | 8 replies


I've found that since we did this, am not able to upload to the sub folder 'files' and it seems to be that is because the root folder is called 'files' as well.

I tried changing the root folder to 'uploads' in the kcfinder config..pho file but it seems that its not as easy as that as, although it works and can upload files etc, I get the following errors:

Notice: Undefined index: site_root in /home/sites/6b/5/527344ae0c/public_html/clients/college/webassist/framework/library.php on line 31

Notice: Undefined index: virtualdir in /home/sites/6b/5/527344ae0c/public_html/clients/college/webassist/framework/library.php on line 65

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/sites/6b/5/527344ae0c/public_html/clients/college/webassist/framework/library.php:31) in /home/sites/6b/5/527344ae0c/public_html/clients/college/webassist/kcfinder/core/class/browser.php on line 112

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/sites/6b/5/527344ae0c/public_html/clients/college/webassist/framework/library.php:31) in /home/sites/6b/5/527344ae0c/public_html/clients/college/webassist/kcfinder/core/class/browser.php on line 113

Apart from reverting the foldername to 'files' and just changing the sub folder name to something other than 'files' what would I need to do to get round the above?


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