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HTML editor CSS form builder - problem with update and image links

Thread began 12/02/2011 6:10 am by mrs | Last modified 12/02/2011 8:07 am by mrs | 883 views | 1 replies |

mrs

HTML editor CSS form builder - problem with update and image links

Hi, I have a problem where images placed in HTML editor break when on display in the update page. When the image is first inserted, it shows fine in the editor window, and when submitted to the database it shows. However, if I try to update the record, it then the link to the image breaks. I just get the missing image icon. When I submit any changes, the link is broken.

I had this issue before where I went around the houses trying to resolve this until eventually a support ticket was created and Ray logged into my computer and changed code in a file that helps to create the editors in webpages. This issue has reared its head again because I installed an update which has subsequently overwritten any change Ray made.

Is there any documentation or code samples available so that I can change the code myself, or is it possible for Ray to log in again?

Thanks

Mat

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mrs

Don't worry... I've sorted it!!

Tut, I've just realised it's related to another issue that I had with HTML editor where I was suffering a similar issue, but it is easily fixed. I still have the email replies with code from when I initially had the problem.

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