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HTML Editor 3, no image preview in editor

Thread began 1/24/2011 11:42 pm by joshua.bridge413401 | Last modified 2/01/2011 12:08 pm by Willi Schneider | 3274 views | 15 replies |

joshua.bridge413401

HTML Editor 3, no image preview in editor

I have inserted the html form inside of a directory called admin, the image folder is up one level in a folder called images.

the source in the admin editor should be src="../images/filename.jpg" however it is not going up the directory instead it is using src="images/filename.jpg"

I realize that this is probably just a simple setting, but I cannot seem to find it.
Please advise.

~J

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neilo

Hiya,

Check line 20 of your webassist/kfm/configuration.php file. According to the structure you have described, I think it should look like:

$kfm_userfiles_output = '../images/';

My 'Site Settings' consistently puts in the wrong path too.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

I will try to reproduce this problem and get a fix into the next dot release.

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joshua.bridge413401

That works for the editor, but then when the page is displayed it is not showing, as it doesn't need to go up a level where the page resides.
I can do a quick string replace when processing the form, but it seems that the old version automatically handled the path.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

In that same file, in the line above the one you changed, you will have to update that to be the root relative path the the same location... so probably "/images/"

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bjgarner241692

My config file had the same issue.
In addition, it lacked the closing ?>

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

The closing ?> isn't usually necessary, but I'll add it for the next update. I'll be looking into the bad path issue and try to reproduce and resolve that as well.

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bjgarner241692

Not necessary but it shows an error in DW.

Which of these two lines refers to the path in the Admin page?

$kfm_userfiles_address = '../../resources';
$kfm_userfiles_output = 'resources/';

My public page displays fine, but the image cannot be seen in the editor or on the Admin detail page.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

You need to update the second line to a site root relative path... so probably it should be:

$kfm_userfiles_output = '/resources/';

if your site structure is resources/

We will be putting out an update in the next couple of days to address this issue.

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this_is_me

same here

Interesting is that if I put a link into the text area and add (as an example) a pdf file, it links correctly. The pictures don't.

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