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Image Placeholder instead of image in editor

Thread began 4/26/2011 11:25 am by georgevargasa302189 | Last modified 4/28/2011 1:49 pm by Andrew Read | 964 views | 4 replies |

georgevargasa302189

Image Placeholder instead of image in editor

If I paste an image while editing on HTML editor 3.0 I only get a placeholder instead of the image. However the image gets sent correctly.

Is there a way to have the image displayed while editing?

I saw that you had answered this before but I could not find the webassist file you suggested changing.

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Andrew Read

I am having a similar issue, however, I know what my issue is (but not how to resolve it.)

I am uploading the files to a sub-folder of my main upload folder (/uploads/store/) and they are uploading to that folder without issue, however, when I look at the code that HTML Editor puts into the editor (click the Source button) the folder is set as "/uploadsstore/" without the "/" between the two folders.

You may find the same issue if you are using sub-folders, or a similiar one if you are not.

WebAssist - Is this a known issue, and is there a solution?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
supporthistory.php

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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georgevargasa302189

Apparently you cannot just paste an image into the editor window. Instead you need to add a toolbar icon to insert an image which uploads the image to the server.

Since I don’t want to have to manage uploaded files I opted to add a facility to attach a file to the email.

This can be done by adding a File Field to the form by using Insert/Form/File Field in Dreamweaver. The user can then use the browse button for the File Field to select the file to be attached.

Then by editing the server behavior for Universal Email, you can reference an attachment to that File Field.

The advantage is that any file can be attached to the email, and nothing is uploaded to the server.

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Andrew Read

The solution to my issue was the following:

We were able to resolve this issue by adding a trailing slash to the path in the webassist/kfm/configuration.php file

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