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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 | 1839 views | 8 replies


Hi Andrea,

If you are to be moving the a dedicated domain later, it might be easiest for now (rather than changing more settings that would need to be re-visited later on), just to edit each HTMLEditor image path (in source view) to the form of:


I think that should do it for now, and we can address any issues if they should arise when the final domain has been established.

It might also be a good time to add a right and bottom margin at this stage, so that the text doesn't cling to the image. If that were the case, the code you posted in your last but one post would look (something) like:

<p><img align="left"  src=""  alt="" style="margin:0 15px 15px 0;">"Who We Are" content</p>

Post back if this doesn't do the job (for now).

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