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Try this: <li class="large-4 small-3 columns"> {right_image_1} {if description} <img class="avatar w-alt" alt="{description}" src="{url}" /> {if:else} <img class="avatar wo-alt" alt="{title}" src="{url}" /> {/if} {/right_image_1} </li>


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Here is one approach: Put the users in a member group that has the member preference "Can edit entries authored by others" set to "No" Use Channel Images or Channel Files to manage the file uploads. These add-ons have per-entry file management, so they will create separate directories per Channel entry. This combination effectively makes it so that ...


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If you have command line access on the server, you can setup a Symbolic Link: http://www.wallpaperama.com/forums/linking-files-with-symbolic-links-linux-unix-shell-command-tutorial-guides-t479.html Apparently you can also set up a Symbolic Link without command line access using PHP: http://perishablepress.com/use-php-to-create-symbolic-links-without-shell-...


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Make sure that the particular Wygwam editor configuration assigned to this custom field has a chosen upload directory. To double check this go to... Modules > Wygwam > Editor Configurations ...and in the editor configuration settings you will see a select menu labelled "Upload Directory" where you assign this.


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You can use MX GetID3 plugin for this purpose. This addon seems updated before 1 year but it would work.


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Thanks to the great people at PixelandTonic I have this resolved. I was having session issues with another plugin earlier and the solution to this was to change the session preferences in the control panel from "Sessions IDs only" to "Cookies only". As usual, fixing one thing will break three. The response from P&T: In your security and session ...


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Open up ee_filebrowser.js and search for the first instance of a("#dir_choice").val(). Immediately after that add this: ; a("#view_type").val('thumb').change(); Make sure you include the leading ;.


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There is a patch here: http://ellislab.com/asset/bug_patches/synchronize.zip (replace synchronize.js in themes/javascript/compressed/cp/files/ with the one in this file) Edit: apologies, just saw your comment. Will leave answer here for future Googlers...


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In EE 2.7+ non-image files are linked. From the EE changelog. All files regardless of type are now linked for viewing in the File Manager.


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I had this same problem and after some head scratching, found that for some reason the other member groups didn't have file upload priviledges. So, check: Content -> Files -> File Upload Preferences -> Edit (select at least one location) And check that at least one upload location allows the Member Groups to upload files.


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Yes, it is that easy, I've done this many times. In some earlier versions of Assets I had some issues doing this on a couple of sites, but later versions smoothed out the bumps. As always, do this on a dev copy of the site first - or at the veery least, take a full DB backup first.


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There's no built in way to do this. You'd need to build an add-on that triggers the manipulations, similar to how it's triggered when the images are uploaded through the control panel. An easier way to handle this might be to do the resizing on the frontend using the CE Image plugin. The manipulations get generated when they are needed, so you don't need to ...


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Assets is the most advanced file manager for EE, so if it doesn't do it then there isn't an out of the box solution for EE.


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The default file manager does not allow for browsing of subdirectories. You would need to use something like Assets ( http://devot-ee.com/add-ons/assets ).


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This was a bug, and was fixed in 2.10: https://support.ellislab.com/bugs/detail/20866/javascript-error-in-cp-file-manager


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Did you run an EE upgrade recently?? They changed how they detect mime types: https://ellislab.com/expressionengine/user-guide/about/changelog.html Look at the change log for 2.10. They use a different mime-type library now... sounds like you upgraded, but it's possible your PHP version is out of date or missing a required module... please let us know your ...


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It turns out my database.php file had an extra blank line at the beginning. (see that extra line?) And this was corrupting output in EE. Any php file that is included (called by the main php file) needs to have the opening php tag on the first line! Otherwise bad things will happen.


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what happens if you don't specify a folder? EE will normally give you the options for the folders you have rights to upload into


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It depends upon what you call 'easy'. It can be done, but is quite complicated, and AFAIK none has written a utility to do this migration for you (though it probably could be created). Assets bases its file referencing on the File Upload directories used natively by EE, but actually references the files stored in a quite different way. For EE native ...


2

I've been working on upgrading an EE2 6-site MSM installation up to EE5 and in the process realised that Assets now requires a separate license for each site. So to save myself $600 I wrote a script that converts all instances of Assets to EE's native File including Assets used in Matrix columns (for various reasons I can't use EE's Matrix to Grid converter ...


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The best way would be to use the Model service to create Channel Entries and files: https://docs.expressionengine.com/latest/development/services/model.html This will guarantee you are saving complete records, which you can't guarantee if you are just blindly inserting data in the database. This also means you are triggering EE's extensions system, so ...


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There is no native way to do what you want. It's either "images" or "all". If one does not already exist then creating a custom fieldtype that would only permit uploads of a particular type should be possible. Start with the existing file fieldtype and see if you can modify it to do what you need.


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The issue was that the member had the ability to change file upload preferences on their own. They used that power to remove their own access and so the system was confused.


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I was doing just this last week on a few thousand entries. Assets works really well at converting. First make sure Assets is synchronised with your upload paths. Assets creates a reference to all the files in exp_assets_files. EE File fieldtype stores it's data in the format {filedir_x}your-file.ext, where x is the reference to upload paths config. When ...


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Sounds like a permissions issue to me. Make sure that the subfolders of the upload folders are writable by PHP. Image manipulations work for subfolders in Assets.


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Have you checked the paths for the image upload directories? It sounds like the Server Path is correct but the URL of the upload directory could be wrong. I would make sure all of your paths are correct.


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Assuming you are using an older version of wygwam, try updating Wygwam to the latest version that has the "Restrict allowed HTML?" option in the Configuration settings, and set it to "No".


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Here are the steps to take to ensure you are setup to save templates as files: Check the file permissions of the templates folder and all the contents inside of it. They need to be set to 777 here is a link to help Mac users. Make sure your Global Template Preferences are set correctly. Step three of the linked documentation will help you for this. Check ...


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I've found that with MAMP Pro I'm only able to save templates as files if I set the permissions on my templates folder to 777. Make sure you apply those permissions to the templates folder itself and its contents. If you aren't sure how to change file permissions on your Mac, here is a help file from Apple. If you are using Finder to do it, as they show in ...


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Sound like you need the ExpressionEngine Add-On Development docs.


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