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Error when uploading images in HTMLEditor

Thread began 1/22/2011 10:17 am by andrea396181 | Last modified 1/23/2011 5:23 pm by andrea396181 | 1687 views | 8 replies


Error when uploading images in HTMLEditor

When I try to upload an image to the server, I get this error:

Sorry, can't map "UserFilesPath" to a physical path. You must set the "UserFilesAbsolutePath" value in "editor/filemanager/connectors/php/config.php".

I assume I'm supposed to tell it where to send my images, but I'm not sure where that should be.

The relative path command in the config.php is 'imagesupload/cms_files/'; however, I don't see that folder anywhere in the directory structure.

What am I missing?

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