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Browsing Server in HTML Editor

Thread began 5/21/2010 10:49 am by todd368532 | Last modified 5/26/2010 6:01 pm by todd368532 | 931 views | 4 replies

Larry

Browsing Server in HTML Editor

I remember I had this issue with Power CMS 1 also.What we did to correct the problem was to edit the /CMS2/HTMLEditor/editor/plugins/kfm/configuration.php file.

On line 52 I made the change to this,

$kfm_userfiles_address = '../../../../../../public_html';



And then on line 128 I had to remove php from the ban dangerous files from being uploaded.

After that I can browse all of my files and folders when inserting links or other files.

There does seem to be one more issue though, when the link is inserted, it always inserts the path from the CMS folder as in

/CMS2/files/ContactForm/contactus.php

now the /CMS2/files should not be there.

So, is there any fix or any way to fix this issue?

Thank you

Larry


Originally Said By: Eric Mittman
  There may be an issue with the current files that are loaded for the editor. You should try replacing them with the downloaded versions to see if it clears up the issue for you. Before you use the downloaded files make sure to backup your existing site and replace all of the files and folders except for the following:

admin
Connections
files

You should leave these alone and replace all of the other files and folders. After you have copied over the new files you can check to ensure that they are not read only. If you still experience this problem after trying this please post back and let us know.  

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