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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 | 1685 views | 8 replies


I didn't have the folder on my remote server, but I created it and made the change in my config.php. The image file now uploads successfully and shows up on the remote server in the imagesuploads/cms_files folder; however, it doesn't show up in the preview pane, and it doesn't show up in the content itself--either in the HTMLEditor non-source view, or on the web page. When I look at the content in the HTMLEditor in source view, the code is there pointing to the image, but nothing shows up. When I navigate to the image directly via the browser, it's there. Do I need to point the absolute path to something starting with http:// instead of /home?

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