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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 | 2506 views | 17 replies

andy245039

Solved 1 problem - Tying to solve another

Hi Eric,

OK, So I was able to solve the error issues. Since this is being installed on a sub-domain I think that the editor was having some issues with "where" the files were located. The solution was to change the path to a full path /home/username/public_html/foldername/

Now, the question I have is where in the config files (and there may not be a way to do this) can I declare the full path for "insert image" vs "html link".

For example when the user adds a hyperlink and goes to browse the server I want it to open up on the "root" or top folder so they can link to a .php file. (this is working)

However, I would like that when the user goes to insert an "image" and browses the server that it opens to the "imageupload" folder.

Furthermore, I would also like to be able to eliminate from view, folders that I don't want the end user to be able to see (i.e. Admin, css, HTMLEditor, etc.). I believe the code to do that is is the file configuration.php in the line

$kfm_banned_folders = array('/^\./');

I tried changing to

$kfm_banned_folders = array('Admin','/^\./');

and also

$kfm_banned_folders = array('Admin');

But had no luck. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance for your help.

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