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Power CMS upload a PDF

Thread began 12/09/2009 7:30 pm by craig322441 | Last modified 12/10/2009 6:16 pm by craig322441 | 1664 views | 3 replies |

craig322441Beta Tester

Power CMS upload a PDF

Hi all,
Can anyone tell me how to upload a PDF file with Power CMS.
I have tried to use the image upload but it says "invalid format".
A solution would be much appreciated.
Thanks
Craig

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neilo

Hi Craig,

Probably not the proper solution, but the only way I could work out to do this was to add 'pdf' to the list of 'AllowedExtensions' [image] at around line 120 of the 'WA_iRite/editor/filemanager/connectors/php/config.php' file:

$Config['AllowedExtensions']['Image']	= array('bmp','gif','jpeg','jpg','png','pdf') ;



Not sure this is kosher, but worked for me!

Edit:

And even then, I had to go via the route: Insert/edit Image > Browse Server > 'Upload a new file in this folder' > Browse to the pdf > Upload.

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clickhappy392103

good idea for new release

adding pdf uploads would be a great addition to the next update release

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craig322441Beta Tester

Thanks

Thanks neilo,
I couldn't find that file....
I found also that you can load a pdf through the link button once you set up the php globals file with cms/.
I have used your solution as it is much easier for clients.
Thanks again.
Craig Jones
www.designawebnoosa.com.au

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