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Inserting Photos

Thread began 9/01/2010 6:59 am by imcgrieves281848 | Last modified 9/16/2010 9:49 am by imcgrieves281848 | 1976 views | 20 replies


Uploading photos in HTML Editor

Originally Said By: thefrys335779
  Is there somebody who can help me please. I was using HTML Editor as a standalone editor without any problems. I pruchased Power CMS2 because of the ease of editing pages. Everything is working great except being able to upload files and images. I need this to work before I give people responsible for their information access to PowerCMS2.
Phil Fry
Thank you  

Can I have help please. I am getting very frustrated not being able to upload photos and files. in Editor. I have attached a PDF document with screen shots explaining the problem.

Thanks in advance

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