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Cannot get html editor to load on server

Thread began 10/30/2009 7:18 am by jenkolaka19379118 | Last modified 11/06/2009 4:57 am by jenkolaka19379118 | 1715 views | 8 replies |

jenkolaka19379118

Cannot get html editor to load on server

I keep getting these error messages. I have tried re uploading the files to no avail

  Warning: include_once(/usr/local/www/sites/freecom/mysite.co.uk/HTMLEditor/fckeditor_php5.php) [function.include-once]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /usr/local/www/sites/freecom/mysite.co.uk/HTMLEditor/fckeditor.php on line 69

Warning: include_once() [function.include]: Failed opening '/usr/local/www/sites/freecom/mysite.co.uk/HTMLEditor/fckeditor_php5.php' for inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/share/pear') in /usr/local/www/sites/freecom/mysite.co.uk/HTMLEditor/fckeditor.php on line 69  
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neilo

Hiya,

Could you post a link to the page with the HTML Editor instance in it? (I'm assuming that the reference to 'mysite.co.uk' in the error message is something that you've pasted in as an example of the error message, and not in the actual error message displayed).

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jenkolaka19379118

Hi Neil,

I got it to work now, thanks for trying to help. For some reason my dreamweaver keeps skipping files when I upload the html editor folder. I had to open up all the folders and upload each subfolder individually to get it to work.

Does this happen to you? The html editor file is so large it took ages to upload, I'm not sure what causes dreamweaver to constantly skip files.

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neilo

Hiya jenkolaka,

Yes - this has happened to me too - so what I usually do now when I've updated HTML Editor pages/settings (although I'm not sure if it's absolutely necessary) is to delete the HTML Editor folder from the server, clear my browser cache, then upload the whole HTML Editor folder and my page with the editor instance on it again.

Probably procedural overkill, but at least I know that all the correct files are on the server! I also use an FTP program to upload when there are a lot of files to upload because it's much quicker than Dreamweaver (for some reason) and if there are errors, the error reporting is much clearer.

Glad you got it going OK.

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jenkolaka19379118

Thanks for the help Neil,

Would you be able to tell me what ftp program you use. Is is free? The Dreamweaver ftp is not really that helpful or descriptive.

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neilo

I use WS_Ftp Pro - which isn't free - but not too expensive. I believe you can download a 30 day trial version to see how you get on with it.

Index.aspx?box

There are bound to be a few free ones out there too . . .

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Eric Mittman

Just to add to Neilo's suggestion about an FTP client I like Filezilla myself. It is open source and seems to work very good for my needs, it also has support for SFTP if you are in need of that.

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anonymous

If anyone is on Mac and wants awesome FTP support... I swear by Panic's Transmit. Panic's web code editor CODA is also phenomenal for hand coding and FTP file management. They are two products I couldn't live without!

Regards,

Brian

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jenkolaka19379118

Thanks Guys,

I will check out all the recommendations given.

Many Thanks

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