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Browse button is missing from my HTML editor in the admin area

Thread began 2/05/2014 4:56 pm by sandy170299 | Last modified 2/06/2014 5:16 pm by Jason Byrnes | 586 views | 6 replies |

sandy170299

Browse button is missing from my HTML editor in the admin area

Where is this button located so I can upload it? I had to upgrade my editor, and now the button is gone. Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I'll need to troubleshoot directly, see the private message section.

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sandy170299

see PM

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sandy170299

Also, in I.E. the OK, Cancel, and Close X buttons don't work when you are in the Image Properties dialog box. They are not "clickable." What files do I need to upload to make this feature work? Thanks!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

The File manager is not enabled in your HTML Editor instances on these pages.

in deign view, select the HTML Editor instance placeholder, then click edit in the property inspector. Next to the toolbar preset list, click the edit button.

In the File Upload section of the General Tab, make sure to click the button to allow file upload.


what version of IE? if you are using IE 11, you probably need to update the CK editor files.
in the webassist/ folder, rename the ckeditor folder to ckeditor_bak

On this page:
download

click the button to launch CK Builder. Select to use the Full Preset, and the Kama Skin.

Copy the downloaded CKEditor folder to the webassist folder in your site.

from the ckeditor_back folder, copy the following three files:
ckeditor.php
ckeditor-php4.php
ckeditor-php5.php


and paste them in the new ckeditor folder.

you will need to clear the browsers cache to see the updates take effect.


also, In the HEAD of "webasssist/kfm/index.php" file, add this line of code:

<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=9" >
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sandy170299

I haven't had time to do the I.E. changes yet, but I have done the following:

The File manager is not enabled in your HTML Editor instances on these pages. In deign view, select the HTML Editor instance placeholder, then click edit in the property inspector. Next to the toolbar preset list, click the edit button. In the File Upload section of the General Tab, make sure to click the button to allow file upload.

Now, the browser server button IS there, but when I click it, it opens up the file manager window, but I do not see any files - only a message that says, Please Wait - loading...

I did upload all of the files in the webassist/ckeditor folder. Are there other files I need to upload as well? I'm using Firefox for this, by the way.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

i corrected this by updateing the


webassist/kfm/index.php file.

i changed:

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

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

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