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Power CMS 2 "Insert Picture"

Thread began 4/16/2010 4:35 am by Ny France | Last modified 4/19/2010 3:35 pm by Ny France | 1697 views | 14 replies |

Ny France

Power CMS 2 "Insert Picture"

Hello,

In edit, i can't insert picture.
Is-it normal ?
Must i use another extension ?

Ny France.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

In the toolbar, click the Insert Image button, this will bring up the image properties window, click the Browser Server button to bring up the file manager, on the left hand side will be a file upload option that can be used to upload images, I am including a screen shot to demonstrate this.

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Ny France

Power CMS 2 "Insert Picture"

Hello Jason,

Thanks for your answer.
I don't have what you have on the left hand in your picture.

In Edit, i click to insert image button and when i click Ok, nothing happens !
See the attachement.

Ny France.

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Ny France

URGENT.
Can I have an answer to my question?

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Ny France

CMS2 and CMS1

Hello,

For my problem insert picture in CMS2, do i need to delete CMS.sql Database CMS1 before install CMS2 ?

Ny France.

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Ny France

CMS2 "Insert Picture".

Hello Jason,
Can you reply to me, please.
I need help for include picture in CMS2.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

you will have the upload option after clicking the browse server button next to the URL.


Please note, our hours of support are 9am - 5pm PST (GMT -8) Monday - Friday.

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Ny France

CMS2 "Insert Picture".

Thanks for your reply.

I notice the time of Support.
I am in France et now it's 6.30PM.

Where is the upload option ?
Where is the browse server button ?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The browse server button is next to the URL in the Image Properties window. See my screen shot.


The upload button will be in the file manager that opens up after you click the browse server button.

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Ny France

The screen shot is too small, i can not see.
Can you send it to me in my adress email
dany3408@free.fr

Many thanks.

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