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Can't Upload Images into PowerStore Back-End

Thread began 6/21/2009 9:00 pm by paputxi | Last modified 8/24/2009 6:49 pm by paputxi | 1920 views | 8 replies


Can't Upload Images into PowerStore Back-End

While in the Admin back-end of an online "play around version of" PowerStore, I am trying to place some "items for sale" on my test website. However, in the "Insert New Product For Sale" screen, I can't seem to get any of the images I indicate to be accepted.

I have tried selecting and uploading various JPG and PNG image files into PowerStore, but I keep getting a " Please enter a valid file (.gif, .jpg, .jpeg, .png)" error message. I started with two of my own JPG files, but then tried using two of the PNG image files provided by the PowerStore program (and have tried other JPG files as well), but I keep getting the same error message. These are all small files, by the way.

Any thoughts on what's going on would be greatly appreciated. Thanks is advance.

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