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Thread began 10/28/2009 4:02 am by simmo515303621 | Last modified 11/25/2009 8:51 pm by simmo515303621 | 3998 views | 17 replies


Got It Fixed

Right, this might go on a bit but I'm posting in case somebody else runs into this problem and wastes a couple of days like I have (and now lost money on a project)!

My Scenario;
I have two site defs in DW (live site & CMS Site)
Live Site url =
CMS url = update/

I posted earlier that my uploads folder for the file manager was upload_gallery/. I have now changed this to;

Problem was when you used the HTMLEditor File Manager to insert a pict the url was HTMLEditor_upload/{file}, where it should have read /update/HTMLEditor_upload/{file}

Hope your still with me lol.

What you need to do is setup the global settings upload folder as normal so it sets the main config properly. Then you need to edit;

I set these lines as follows (you will need to change to suit your site);
$WA_EditorRemoteRoot = '/update/HTMLEditor_upload/';
$kfm_userfiles_address = '../../../../HTMLEditor_upload';
$kfm_userfiles_output = '';

Now it all works a dream :-)

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