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The image inserted in a record doesn't display in email

Thread began 8/09/2011 7:28 am by Alexneg66 | Last modified 8/10/2011 12:02 pm by Jason Byrnes | 867 views | 3 replies |

Alexneg66

The image inserted in a record doesn't display in email

If I insert (or update) an image in a database record (using DataAssist2-CSSFormBuilder2build027-HTMLEditor302) and then I send via e-mail this record as a content of message, the image doesn't display in email application or webmail page.

I have the last your extensions version and I have followed your advices to install them. In fact they work fine. The upload it's ok.

I have tried to insert the absolute link ("http://www." etc) in the Source Code but when I update the record I get this error:
Method Not Implemented
POST to /a_item_Update.php not supported.

In the "Editor preset" of HTML Editor I have "File Manager Enabled (custom)"
Document type is "XHTML 1.0 Traditional" as a php page
Allow file upload Checked
Show directories in FileManager Checked

I have not modify the tag form, it is the same set up by DataAssist.

If I try to modify the content of the field using behaviour in my browser, I see that the behavior add quotation marks any time. So I have to delete the image

Is it normal for the source code to be several """ repeated?

Can you help me? It's important for me.

Thanks in advance
Alex

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

for the image to display in the email, it will need to use a full url, you will need to edit the image tag added by HTML editor after the image is added.

click the HTML editor source button, and change the image src attribute from a server relative path:
</img src="/path/to/images/image.jpg"/ >


to the full http address to the image:
</img src="http://www.mydomain.com/path/to/images/image.jpg"/ >


for the quotes problems, there is probably formatting applied to the initial value of the html editor instance.


Edit the HTML editor instance on your page, click the lightning bolt next to initial value, and reselect the corresponding recordset column.

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Alexneg66

Hi Jason, thanks for your reply.
I made it but it doesn't work.
Unfortunately after I have unistalled and re installed the last update, build 027 of CSS Form Builder (and then HTML Editor) I cannot manually change the image src attribute. If I made so when I click on Update button I get browser error, as I said in my previous post:
--------------------------------------------------
Method Not Implemented
POST to /a_item_Update.php not supported.
--------------------------------------------------

What can I do?

For the &quot; problem I have replied the post "HTML Editor adding &quot; to classes" thread and I explain why I cannot use the lightning bolt button to re bind the initial value
of the html editor instance.
Could you reply me?

Thanks again

Alex

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

can you send a screen shoot showing what you are changing the src from and to, changing the source of the image should not cause the error you are describing.


for the quote problem, you do not include the correct screen shot of the error in the other thread.

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