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Redirect issue

Thread began 1/07/2011 11:23 am by twitchr377598 | Last modified 1/07/2011 3:55 pm by Jason Byrnes | 1176 views | 4 replies |

twitchr377598

Redirect issue

I'm using an html editor on a form that is on an update page. Everything was working fine then all of a sudden I'm getting a weird redirection.

For instance, in the update code the redirect is set like:

php:
$WA_redirectURL = "index.php";



Instead of getting:
index.php

I'm getting something like below on redirect:
index.php

Not sure if this is a problem with the DataAssist files or the HTML editor files. It seems it happened right after I used the upload image feature in the HTML editor. The image shows up properly on the page after edit and all edits are saved, but when I go back to the update page, the image shows up as a question mark.

Thanks in advance,
Twitch

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

are you using data assist 2.0.8?

if so see this post for a fix.
showthread.php?t=17866

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twitchr377598

BINGO! That was it.

Thanks for the quick reply Jason.

-Twitch

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twitchr377598

PS you guys need a solved button on these forums. ;-)

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

glad to hear it worked.

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