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Uploading images with Power CMS 2

Thread began 10/03/2011 3:56 pm by Larry | Last modified 10/03/2011 5:17 pm by Larry | 811 views | 2 replies |


Uploading images with Power CMS 2

I am having issues with the uploading of images from server feature in Power CMS 2.1.1 When editing a page, I click on Image, then from the Image Properties pop-up window, I choose Browse Server, and in the resulting pop-up window, File manager-Kae’s-File Manager, it doesn’t show any directories or images that were uploaded using this feature.
I have included screen shots of the pop-up window, File manager-Kae’s-File Manager and a screenshot of The file manager in Dreamweaver showing the files are in fact in the files folder.

This site is still in the testing phase so it is on my home development server.

Thank you for any and all help


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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

in the webassist/kfm/index.php page

find the following line:

<script type="text/javascript" src="j/all.php/can-minify"></script>

and change it to:

<script type="text/javascript" src="j/all.php"></script>
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Hi Jason,

I had already tried that, and I still have the same issues as originally mentioned above.

I found that on line 221 of ( webassist/kfm/index.php ) in my ( cms/webassist ) folder

<--- <script type="text/javascript" src="j/all.php"></script>--->

Any other ideas?

Thank you


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