CMS admin saving problem

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CMS admin saving problem

Post by RCD » Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:55 pm

Hey all,

I got the cms setup and went well. Put first test post up with some text and an image and saved and displayed fine. A little later whenever an image is inserted in the editor of a new post, it won't save. It fails and keeps saying the connection was reset. But if just text is input it saves lickety split.

Image is 25 Kb, with wwbeditor trying to save from the admin screen.

Can somebody point me in the right direction?

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Bill

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Re: CMS admin saving problem

Post by Pablo » Thu Mar 08, 2018 6:59 am

This may be an issue of the server.
Maybe the filename of the image is not allowed?

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Re: CMS admin saving problem

Post by RCD » Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:40 pm

Server was my thought too. But not knowing much about it I'm hoping that someone had a similar issue, as I'm not even sure where to look, what to ask. Not sure what might have changed as it worked the first time on the initial test. My Google Fu just doesn't seem to work on this issue either. :(

I tried different file names (all the standard) and even file sizes and times of day now. It's definitely has to do with the image as when it's just text it saves every time no problem.

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Re: CMS admin saving problem

Post by Pablo » Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:48 pm

I''m sorry this never has been reported by anyone else, so I do not have standard solution for this.

Maybe the image is too big?

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