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unable to upload images when inserting in page

Thread began 5/01/2010 2:57 am by peter348932 | Last modified 8/23/2011 9:53 am by peter348932 | 2944 views | 7 replies


unable to upload images when inserting in page

in the powercms 2 in the edit page I click on the "insert/edit image" icon andthe dialog bnox appears.
if I browser server then on the left use the upload form whatever I try it fails and says
"No file uploaded 0".
I had no problem with powercms1
If I use the tab at the top of the image upload dialog box it simply sits ther humming away and never completes.
these are small gif files - I endup using dreamweaver to upload them
but when I hand it over to the client theyt will need this to work.
it there a image upload setting I'm missing?

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