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HTML Editor Upload Image?

Thread began 9/29/2016 3:34 pm by Steve | Last modified 9/29/2016 6:33 pm by Ray Borduin | 79 views | 4 replies |

Steve

HTML Editor Upload Image?

Hello,
How is this supposed to work?
I expected to browse the local COMPUTER but the dialog says it is browsing the SERVER.

In either case it does not work.
I've uploaded images to the target directory defined for the HTML Editor but nothing is showing on "Browse Server"

Any help on this topic?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That means you have PowerCMS installed on the site and these settings are controlled through the admin control panel there.

If it isn't working, then please send me a url to view the problem and give me FTP access and I'll get it fixed for you.

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Steve

Details in private post...

Actually it's a new site (No Power CMS installed) but I did migrate the webassist folder from a prior site. I understand we can't resize on upload with the HTML editor but would like to understand the expectations for the file management in the HTML Editor.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

It looks like you have an older version of:
webassist/kfm

The version you have is from PowerCMS which you aren't even using on this site.

I'd try deleting it off your local and remote server and then go back in and update the editor and it should recreate the files properly.

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Steve

Thanks Ray.. Yes that worked.

I DID delete the ckEditor folder as I knew there were some security concerned in older versions but not the kfm directory.

Thanks again!

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