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Power CMS and linking to other pages?

Thread began 3/26/2010 10:03 pm by Larry | Last modified 4/22/2010 8:31 pm by Larry | 2616 views | 17 replies

Larry

Eric, you are one smart individual, and very helpful to the community. This did work, I am now able to browse for any site files to link to, thank you.

One thing though, and this is probably a very easy fix, but it sure escapes me now. When I insert a link to another page on my site, Power CMS wants to enter more code than needed.

When linking to another page, the link always begins with /CMS/files, as in /CMS/files/papbreed/aboutthepapillon.php.

What would I change so that the /CMS/files is not included in the link?

Thank you for all of your help

Larry



php:
if ($kfm_workdirectory[0]=='/') {

    $workpath = $kfm_workdirectory;
} else {
    $workpath = $rootdir.$kfm_workdirectory;
}



I'm including a copy of my version of the file for you. Make a backup of your file then use this one to test it out and let us know how it goes.[/QUOTE]

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