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Changing File Type Restrictions for Image Upload

Thread began 1/09/2010 2:10 pm by marc38009 | Last modified 1/12/2010 10:36 am by Eric Mittman | 2035 views | 1 replies |


Changing File Type Restrictions for Image Upload

I would like to upload .mp3s via the image upload tab of image properties. It says it is not a supported file type. Where in the files may I find the list so that I may add .mp3?

Thank you.

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Eric Mittman

You can add this to the list of allowed file types for the images in this file:


Around line 142 there is the list of allowed extensions:

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

You can just add mp3 to the list like this:

$Config['AllowedExtensions']['Image']    = array('bmp','gif','jpeg','jpg','png', 'mp3') ;
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