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Manually edit file path for upload folder

Thread began 3/11/2013 9:03 am by Roland Rogers | Last modified 3/11/2013 12:32 pm by Roland Rogers | 644 views | 4 replies |

Roland Rogers

Manually edit file path for upload folder

Hi, I have successfully inserted HTML editor as part of a solution on a number of admin pages and discovered the settings were not correct when creating the pages. I have since changed the file path for the upload folder in my Preset manager for this extension but do not want to have to recreate the html editor for my admin pages.

Where can I go to manually update the filepath settings in my existing admin pages?

Any help greatly appreciated!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

To change the upload folder, go to WebAssist -> Forms -> HTML Editor -> Site Settings.

You can change the upload directory here.

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Roland Rogers

Thanks for the quick reply! I had mentioned that I had set the correct path in the settings for HTML editor, but how do I make that the setting for existing instances of HTML editor in my forms that I already built?

I was hoping there would be a page I could manually edit that would update the path for upload files of the exisitng forms I have installed.

Or after making the changes in the Site Settings is there a file or directory that needs to be re-uploaded to the server?

Thanks again...

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Making the change in the site settings will make the change for you, you don't need to do it manually. once you change the site settings, upload the webassist/kfm/configuration.php file.

the uplaod folde is set in that file in the $kfm_userfiles_address setting.

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Roland Rogers

Perfect - that was the setting I needed to confirm and re-upload. Thanks a bunch!

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