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I've got a message: 'These settings are managed through your website admin area'

Thread began 10/03/2016 4:17 pm by mrs | Last modified 10/03/2016 10:48 pm by Ray Borduin | 330 views | 2 replies |

mrs

I've got a message: 'These settings are managed through your website admin area'

Just added a custom HTML editor where I have 'Allowed file upload' and 'Show directories in File Manager' checked on the general tab. I have left the sub-directory blank assuming this will give me full access to all directories in the file manager, but I am getting the following message:

These settings are managed through your website admin area. Please log into your website admin to make changes.

But I don't know where these options to make the changes are in the website admin area. Could you advise please?

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Sub directories will be shown by default. Since you are using powerCMS, some but not all of the settings are updated through the powercms admin. Some settings would have to be updated in the configuration file directly. I can help you with that if you tell me the specific issues you are trying to fix and what settings you are trying to change.

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mrs

Well it sounds like what it does by default is what I want from it anyway, and even though I had the message to make changes in the admin that I haven't yet done, it seems to be working as I want it to!

I'll switch it back to how it was before if I do see any problems arise.

Thanks.

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