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Last Post: January 9, 2017   (RSS)

By furcat - January 6, 2017

I have been working on migrating an existing project with CMS Builder to a new server, and I have been having issues with images, etc., that are uploaded with the wysiswyg editor.

I have decided to use full path URL for some of the links, etc. So, question, if I enter the full path URL to images and links, i.e., http://www.fulpath.html, does CMS Builder add any prefix to that?

Thank you.

By ross - January 6, 2017

Hi furcat

Thanks for posting.

CMS Builder will not add anything to the URL of images you enter via the WYSIWYG editor so entering your full URL should work.

Having said that, we typically don't enter the full URL as it can lead to a lot of manual updates to your content if the URL ever changes.

If you want to give me some more details about the issues you were running into, I can have a look at that if you like.

Otherwise, keep us up to date with how you are making out.

Thanks!

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By ross - January 6, 2017

Great!  

Good luck with the launch.

Let us know how you make out :)

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By furcat - January 6, 2017

The site has been published, and everything is OK EXCEPT for the photo galleries on the site. These are from an upload field. I'm getting a /kuecker.com in front of the image name, i.e. instead of /cmsAdmin/uploads/IMG_1662.jpg, it is creating the path like this: /kuecker.com/cmsAdmin/uploads/IMG_1662.jpg.

I've looked at the file names, and I don't understand how the /kuecker.com is getting added onto the path. I've checked the uploaded images, and all I see is the file name of the image; there's nothing else I can change. I don't know what I need to change to remove that prefix from the path name. It isn't accessible as an option in the upload field. Can't change it when you upload the file. I've tried different settings in General Setup, but, I still get /kuecker.com in front of images in the upload field.

Here's a link to an example: http://kuecker.com/automated_storage_retrieval.php Scroll down to "Additional Photos."

HELP! 

By ross - January 9, 2017

Hi there.

I just had a look at your "Additional Images" and they appear to be working for me.

Did you find a solution to the issue already? If so, could you post about how you fixed it?

If there is still an issue and I am not seeing it, could you give me more detail?  

Thanks!

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By furcat - January 9, 2017

Actually, I used a work around for now. I purchased a support ticket and you should now have the details.

By ross - January 9, 2017

Got the email and we'll keep the ball rolling through support.

Thanks!

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