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tule
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Jul 15, 2004, 1:28 PM

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can anyone explain how to install the file manager plugin?
http://alrashid.klokan.sk/insFile/demo/

thanks for any advice


adam2003w
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Jul 17, 2004, 9:21 AM

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Tule,

this is from memory so it might be wrong, but here is the general idea...

1. Start with a fresh install of htmlarea 3.

2. Download, unzip alrashid's file manager for htmlarea 3

3. [Here's the tricky part - the file manager is hard coded into the htmlarea and certain files replace the default htmlarea files so becareful]

Take the files from the file manager and replace them with the ones in htmlarea 3 (the files in the download packages should match files in htmlarea3). some files go in weird places such as the main file manager documents go in the popups folder instead of the plugins folder. I emailed him recently and he said he was updating the file manager so this might have changed (you might want to email him).

4. Change the settings in htmlarea > popups > InsertFile > main.php to match what you need for your web site and server.

5. Install any other plugins you need for htmlarea.

6. Upload all the files. And test it out. Note: you should be able you use one of the pre-existing examples pages in "htmlarea > examples >" to test file manager.

Hope this helps. Again, he might have updated the file manager, so this may change.


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tule
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Jul 19, 2004, 7:35 AM

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thanks adam, your instructions were good and I got it working as needed.


kneten
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Jul 27, 2004, 12:59 PM

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I could definitly use this plugin...but my application i coded in ASP, anyone who has this plugin for ASP???


m4h_consulting
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Aug 8, 2004, 4:43 AM

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I could definitly use this plugin...but my application i coded in ASP, anyone who has this plugin for ASP???



I am looking for this in ASP as well

Anyone that know where to get it?

 
 
 


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