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php, ckeditor

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edavoFlag for United States of America asked on
JavaScriptPHPContent Management
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I have a php/MySQL cms that I built. I am using an open source wisywig editor called CKEDitor (http://doksoft.com) and their FileUpload plugin.

When I upload the image into the wisywig area - it shows the images as missing. When I view the SOURCE code, this is what I get:

<img a="" img="" is="" span="" src="<br /> <b>Warning</b>: session_start() [<a href=" style="font-family:aldrich;" test.this="" this="" />

I also have the exact same configuration on another Domain and everything works fine. I am wondering if there is a .htacess file or php.ini file that needs some kind of code or attention? I was hoping that the nature of the code (<img a="" img="" is="" span="" src="<br /> <b>Warning</b>: session_start() [<a href=" style="font-family:aldrich;" test.this="" this="" />) would be a clue to what is happening?

Please help.