tinyMCE CMS system not publishing picture right on one computer

Posted on 2007-07-22
Last Modified: 2013-12-12
I'm using TinyMCE for CMS and my current client, when publishing a picture, can see it in his admin area but it shows up as a broken link to him on his website. Strangely, I can see the published picture on any computer but it is broken on his, and when you view the properties in the image, he has a different URL than me. I re-uploaded tinymce, but that didn't fix it.

Any ideas?
Question by:weikelbob
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    Have you tried to set absolute path (i get ../upload/council.jpg)?

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    May be you could tell us what your client is seeing, ie the link?

    I cannot imagine a situation where it will save a different link to the image because it is defined staticaly in your scripts.

    First check what ljubiccica suggested with the absolute image variable.

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    OK. I found out what code I need to add:

    $mcImageManager['filesystem.rootpath'] = "../../../../../../../images/";

    but where do I add it?
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