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Image upload error

Thread began 4/03/2010 10:33 am by alistair316863 | Last modified 4/09/2010 5:03 pm by Eric Mittman | 614 views | 3 replies |

alistair316863

Image upload error

Hi i am getting the error This connector is disabled. (see attached screen grab) when i try to upload an image not done anything differently to what i do normaly any ideas regards Alistair

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Eric Mittman

Have you configured your HTML Editor instance to use advanced file management? The error you are getting is letting you know that the connector is set to false in the HTMLEditor > editor > filemanager > connectors > php > config.php file.

In here you can manually set it to true, but this should be set for you if you choose the advanced file management from within the interface.

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alistair316863

Edited the file and it now all works thank you

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Eric Mittman

Glad to hear that, when you setup it up originally did you choose the advanced file management option?

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