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Images not appearing in the editor

Thread began 1/27/2010 1:12 pm by christine310921 | Last modified 1/29/2010 1:57 pm by christine310921 | 1575 views | 10 replies

christine310921

Images not appearing in the editor

I have uploaded CMS to my server and have managed to login successfully so everything appears to be working okay. I have two questions:-

1. I have an existing site and want to add the editor to it. Would the best way to do this be to click on Source code and copy and paste that section as it appears in Dreamweaver?

2. Assuming that this would be the way to incorporate this into a current site I did that and found that the images would not display in the editor. The path to my images in the source code is src="images/welcome.gif". If I upload the image using the editor it appears so where exactly should I upload my images for them to be in the editor. I have over 200 images and do not want to have to click Insert Image in the editor for every one.

Be grateful for some help with this. Thanks,
Christine

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