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Issue with https and CKEditor filemanager

Thread began 4/18/2018 7:29 am by Mike | Last modified 5/26/2018 5:14 pm by Ray Borduin | 358 views | 12 replies |

Mike

Issue with https and CKEditor filemanager

Hello,
I need to change the access on a website from http to https (in Europe on 25th May will arrive the new privacy, GDPR, and will be obligatory to use the https for the websites).
On this website is available an admin area created with DataBridge but when I use the CKEditor and open the file manager, is impossible to see the content in the popup (see the screenshots in attachment).

In the inspection mode I see a lot of these errors/alerts (that disappear when I switch to http):
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[Warning] [blocked]
The page at
https://www.mydomain.com/webassist/kfm/index.php?uicolor=%23eee&theme=webassist_v2&CKEditor=descrizione_news&CKEditorFuncNum=1&langCode=it
was not allowed to run insecure content
from http://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jqueryui/1.7.2/themes/ui-lightness/jquery-ui.css.
(index.php, line 4)
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Is possibile to use DataBridge with a website https or is necessary to wait the new version (with php7 compatibility) and recreate all the behaviours/pages?
Thanks.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Yes. You just have to open the file webassist/kfm/index.php and find any instances of src="http:// and update them to src="https://

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Mike

Hi Ray,
do I have to change "http" with "https" also in some other file present in these folders (in addition to the already indicated "kfm/index.php")?
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caching
captcha
ckeditor
database_management
file_manipulation
form_validations
forms
framework
jq_validation
jquery
kfm
kfm_help
progress_bar
----------
Thanks.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Just the index file and just paths that are specified as the src="" attribute. It should just be 2 or three .js files.

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Mike

Ok, thanks Ray!

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Jamie

I cme across this problem today and found this and it was sorted - thanks!

couple of other issues with going to https:// and kfm :-

1. as you can see here http://prntscr.com/j7dyds the warning dialogue when uploading too large an image has lost its styling
2. if you right click on an image, the cntext menu that normally appears no longer does (edit. hmm this one may not be https related but seem to have 'lost' it anyway)

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

That is probably related to https and the css not loading. I'd need a url to debug and fix it. The beta version of Data Bridge uses an improved editor "KCFinder". You might try to implement the update as a better long term fix.

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Jamie

Hey Ray
With regards to the above, have just run a completely fresh PowerCMS content area from scratch. Are the ckeditor and kfm files these up to date ones as I cannot tell from the folder/file structure? It looks like the same KFM?

EDIT: have just tried editing the HTML editor settings on the page and it then updates the path to KCFinder, but none of the files/folder for KCFinder are put in the webassist/ folder

cheers

Jamie

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