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View image on a test server

Thread began 9/07/2009 10:21 am by info269075 | Last modified 9/11/2009 2:46 pm by Dani Chankhour | 1266 views | 3 replies |

info269075

View image on a test server

Hi
I'm working on a website intalled on test server ( url like form.php).
I configured the config.php with absolute path but it doesn't work (images/). I can upload the image with a path like this (internal path server):/var/www/html/website/images/. I see the image in the folder, but then i can't see the image in the irite window, and the image doesn't appear in the final form page...
is there a solution ?
Thanks

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anonymous

Is your iRite configured to pull the full images path? It sounds like that both the iRite and the site have a path convention configured incorrectly... if you can, switch your iRite to source code view and have a look at what is coming up in the img src attribute on one of your images... that way we can see where the issue really lies.

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info269075

2 differents path maybe

I think the question is:
is there a way to use a certain path to upload the picture, a relative one, and to use an absolute one to insert in the code. This way it could work, as the absolute one doesn't work to upload the picture.

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Dani Chankhour

Since you are able to see the images in your images folder indicates that your:

$Config['UserFilesAbsolutePath'] setting is correct. But your:

$Config['UserFilesPath'] is not correct.


since your absolute path reference an 'images' folder, then you will need to update your config.php to also reference an images folder, since iRite uses 'image' by default.

If you open your config.php and look at line 131 and 132 and make sure to change it to 'images' instead of 'image'.

If you still have the same issue after making the update, please post back with your:

$Config['UserFilesPath'] setting.

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