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Wrong Image Folder Path

Thread began 2/18/2011 8:19 pm by webdesignfreebies311292 | Last modified 2/22/2011 7:15 am by Jason Byrnes | 867 views | 1 replies |


Wrong Image Folder Path

I have read many of the threads relating to this problem. Apparently it is quite common. No matter what I change the image folder path to this is what it reverts to: /home/caw4212/public_html/admin//home/caw4212/public_html/images/. Obviously that does not work. I have just updated my power cms 2 to the most recent version. I would have hoped that issues like this would have been fixed. I'm frustrated because the very first thing I tried to edit with the power cms does not work. Any help you can give me with this issue would be greatly appreciated.


Karen Chudobiak

O.k. nevermind. I fixed it by deleting everything and starting over. There were some files in the database that needed to be deleted before I started over.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

OK, glad to hear you have this working now.

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