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Image Display Issue after changing path

Thread began 2/10/2011 10:25 am by Martin | Last modified 2/22/2011 10:18 am by Martin | 1849 views | 3 replies


Image Display Issue after changing path


I have just moved my power cms from my testing server which was on a subdomain and I have moved it over to the live domain

Ok, I have gotten all the content variables working with the path:


However, I am getting broken images in the image path even though the path of the broken link on the page is exactly correct and what I want it to be.


Probably it wants to go and get the image from posterior-r1800-185x185.gif.

How can I force this to go up a level and get my images from my main images folder on the root level?

I already have it set to the following:


in the image upload folder settings...

I have checked int he DB and the PCMS Remote Root is set as /cms_admin/

Your help would be appreciated, as I am implementing this on an existing domain and it would be helpful to access all the images that are contained on the root level and new images may as well go into the same main folder.


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