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Thread began 6/29/2009 3:21 pm by roby258376 | Last modified 7/29/2009 5:43 am by roby258376 | 4273 views | 13 replies


Same types of problems...didn't want to start a new thread..

The problem I am having is similar to what you guys are describing, and I cannot figure it out either. I have the cms files in their own folder, cms/. I obviously have some files in the site root such as index.html and the images folder. Inside the images folder, I have the uploaded images folder. Also, in the site root, I have folders for other pages of the site.

When I view the pages through the cms, as if to edit, I don't view the images, only the red x. The paths are correct. Since the images folder is in the site's root and not the cms folder.

//iRite Images upload settings
$WAGLOBAL_Images_Folder = "../images/uploaded-images/"; //relative path to your images folder.
$WAGLOBAL_Swf_Folder = "../images/uploaded-images/"; //relative path to your swf folder.

However, I still cannot view any of the images when I view the content through the editing panel of the cms. In addition to this, when I try to upload a file, it tells me that the image is sent it to the site's root, which is not where it should be going, it should be going to images/uploaded-images/. To add insult to injury, it tells me the upload is successful, yet it uploads nothing.

Like someone else on here, I feel that these problems should not be occuring when the product is sold as a solution package with 'no coding knowledge'. Working with php and is not my strong point, which is exactly why I dished out the money for this product.

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