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Using Site Sculptor w/PowerCMS: Inserting Images

Thread began 5/05/2011 4:52 pm by lplatz167059 | Last modified 5/06/2011 11:31 am by Jason Byrnes | 1032 views | 1 replies |


Using Site Sculptor w/PowerCMS: Inserting Images

The following outlines the image insert issue I'm having with Site Sculptor / Power CMS 2

From w/in the Power CMS panel, I select a page containing an image. I click on the image and select the image icon from the tools pallet.

This opens the the Image Properties window. From w/in the Image Info tab, the URL field lists the path to the existing image "/root_dir/sitesculptor_images/file_name.gif. In my process for changing this image, I click the "Browse Server" button to the right of the URL field. This opens the window for uploading images. Won't go into detail here as the browse and uploading of images was fairly intuitive.

Once an image is selected (I'm uploading my images into the cms_files folder), I click the "OK" button.

From w/in the Image Properties window, the URL field has now been filled with the complete directory path to the new image. Note, this also includes a syntax error. The following is a copy of the URL path created for the image file.
/hermes/bosweb/web021/b212/sl.venturen/public_html/SA1/filescms_files/image_file.png. Two issues. 1 - the URL field does need nor support this full directory path to the image. 2 - there is a missing "/" slash between files & cms_files. To correct this problem, I shorten the directory path to /SA1/files/cms_files/image_file.png. Please note the inserted "/" between files/cms_files. Once these corrections have been made to the directory path to the image, the image appears w/in the edit window and the page can be updated.

Please provide a fix to this issue at your earliest convenience.

Best Regards,

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

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

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