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multiple user folders in html editor

Thread began 9/09/2010 4:42 pm by alex407656 | Last modified 9/13/2010 7:07 am by alex407656 | 1072 views | 2 replies

Willi Schneider

Solution using session variables

Hi Alex

I'm using the following solution for PHP:

1. Configure your upload folder settings in the HTMLEditor user interface like this:


You could even append several variables for more sophisticated security settings:


Just make sure you are using the above syntax.

2. Add this line:<?php session_start(); ?> on top of the following pages:

i: --> Your HTMLEditor form page
ii: --> /HTMLEditor/editor/filemanager/connectors/php/config.php
iii: --> /HTMLEditor/editor/plugins/kfm/configurtion.php

Make sure, you backup these files for your own safety, before you make any changes...

The settings get stored in the HTMLEditor GUI, so I can use them for all my forms.
Of course the user must be logged in properly.



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