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Thread began 2/09/2010 3:54 pm by reality366858 | Last modified 2/23/2010 7:51 pm by Eric Mittman | 1411 views | 10 replies |

reality366858

Upload Not Available

Hi. I have two questions:

1. When I insert an image using the HTML Editor on a test-web page, the Image Properties box will not allow me to upload images. The Upload tab says, "Upload not available." On the HTML Editor: Editor Settings, General tab, under Links and Images, I checked both 'Allow file upload' and 'Allow advanced image editing.'" I also checked "Enable File Management" and I successfully setup and successfully tested a "Connection" to MySQL data base. I can get an image to insert into the web page, but I cannot upload (i.e. no access to or from database).

2. I am considering moving my license for the HTML Editor from my desktop with Dreamweaver cs3 to a laptop with Dreamweaver CS4. Can I do this? And, how?

Thank you for taking the time to read and reply.

respectfully,
GPL

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Eric Mittman

You can definitely install on your other machine, if you get an error about too many activations you can login to the site and reset them.

If you continue to have trouble with this please post back with the page in question and your current HTML Editor folder from the site root in a zip archive. I can take a look to see if I can spot the problem.

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ideasbyjr63389

HTML Image Upload

I currently have the same issue, I went to the config.php and enable file uploading, but when link on image properties in the html editor the option is not availble for upload. m'I missing something else? I did the same process as I use to on iRite.

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Eric Mittman

Did you configure the advanced file management from within HTML Editor? If so did you configure security settings for the access? Please post back and include the steps you took to implement the editor on the page and also include a copy of the page in question and a copy of the HTMLEditor folder in a zip archive so we can take a look.

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alistair316863

I had the same issue and after arguing with my host company i realised that it was me. I had messed around with the Global File upload settings when i had edited the HTML editor in admin/contents_insert.php if you have done the same go back in and turn off Enable File Management and it will work. Hope this helps!

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ideasbyjr63389

Upload of images in HTML Editor

This is what I got. see picture below

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alistair316863

If you un-click Enable File Management (basically turning it off) I bet it will work.

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ideasbyjr63389

File Upload not available

I did that and reload the whole HTML folder and the update page, still didn't work. any other ideas.

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Eric Mittman

It looks like you have selected to limit the availability to the user rule selected in the interface. This means that you will not be able to upload unless you pass this rule. Do you use this rule on any other pages in your admin area? You must ensure that you are passing this rule before you will be able to use the upload feature.

As a test of this you can try changing it to everyone then upload and test it. If it is set to everyone then you should have access regardless of the rules you pass. If you have the same result then the issue is probably not related to the access rule. If this is the case please post back and include your HTML editor folder in a zip archive attached to your reply.

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ideasbyjr63389

File Upload

Thank You guys, it look like I'm up and running

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