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What happened to my Image

Thread began 12/21/2009 3:42 pm by joneil375464 | Last modified 1/19/2010 8:55 pm by Jimmy Wu | 2381 views | 13 replies |

joneil375464

What happened to my Image

Using godaddy as host
Using webformmailer.php 2.0 to handle forms

Dreamweaver CS4

RWC permissions set

Irite 1.03
$Config['Enabled'] = true ;
$Config['UserFilesPath'] = '/userfiles/' ;

$Config['UserFilesAbsolutePath'] = '' ;

Image appears in the form but when I check the e-mail form the image is not in the form. There is no reference to an image.

Everything on the form appears except the image.

What is going on?

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Jimmy Wu

Do you have a link to a site that I can see this issue on?

How are you creating the email? Was it using Universal Email? What is the path that is referenced by the image in the html editor window?

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joneil375464

Originally Said By: Jimmy Wu
  Do you have a link to a site that I can see this issue on?

How are you creating the email? Was it using Universal Email? What is the path that is referenced by the image in the html editor window?  



It is a simple contact form, I am not using css form builder.

base HREF = image

Link to site is ContactUs.php

Help would be appreciated,,,, Fustration is setting in.

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shadow329043

What are you using to send the mail - do you have the image referenced in the configuration file that creates and send your email?

Shadow

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joneil375464

Originally Said By: shadow329043
  What are you using to send the mail - do you have the image referenced in the configuration file that creates and send your email?

Shadow  



Just using standard script.

Is there suppose to be script to reference the image? If so where would it be located?

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Jimmy Wu

I'm not seeing a file upload button on the page you referenced. Is the image referenced from another location or is it one that is uploaded through the editor?

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joneil375464

Gave up

Originally Said By: Jimmy Wu
  I'm not seeing a file upload button on the page you referenced. Is the image referenced from another location or is it one that is uploaded through the editor?  



I gave up on trying to figure this thing out.

I upgraded and purchased HTML Editior, now let me see if this version will work. I am installing the upgrade now....

fingers crossed!

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Jimmy Wu

Hopefully the setup will work for you. It should be a simpler process to setup uploads on HTML editor compared to iRite.

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joneil375464

Still no image in form mail

Originally Said By: Jimmy Wu
  Hopefully the setup will work for you. It should be a simpler process to setup uploads on HTML editor compared to iRite.  



Jimmy,

The image now on the server but it is not in the form mail.

What is going on, getting past the point of fustration. There is no indication that an image was sent with this email

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Jimmy Wu

Can you send me the source for the email that you received? Is the image url getting added to that code?

In the html editor instance, after writing the contents, hit the code button and also copy that, paste it in to a text file and attach it here.

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