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Define image source location?

Thread began 11/10/2009 1:50 pm by chadhuskey391193 | Last modified 11/10/2009 8:07 pm by chadhuskey391193 | 1052 views | 1 replies

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Define image source location?

When I create pages with DataAssist that reference image files I need to be able to define the source directory. The jpeg file names are referenced in the items table, but by default it looks for the jpeg files in the root directory. I would prefer to be able to reference them to a sub folder rather than putting all of my image files in the root directory.

How would I change this setting?

Thanks

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