I bought an application called mail-manager-pro and i installed it in my server, i was creating a newsletter and it had this FCK editor, when i wanted to upload a picture i got this error:
I dont know what to do about it, i thought it was the permissions or something like that but, when i installed the software it's supposed to do everything by itself.
i was checking this file on my server: www\mail\tools\fckeditor\editor\filemanager\browser\default\connectors\php\config.php
and this is what it is inside:
<?php /* * FCKeditor - The text editor for internet * Copyright (C) 2003-2005 Frederico Caldeira Knabben * * Licensed under the terms of the GNU Lesser General Public License: * http://www.opensource.org/licenses/lgpl-license.php * * For further information visit: * http://www.fckeditor.net/ * * "Support Open Source software. What about a donation today?" * * File Name: config.php * Configuration file for the File Manager Connector for PHP. * * File Authors: * Frederico Caldeira Knabben (firstname.lastname@example.org) */ global $Config; // SECURITY: You must explicitelly enable this "connector". (Set it to "true"). $Config['Enabled'] = true ; // Path to user files relative to the document root. $Config['UserFilesPath'] = ''; // Fill the following value it you prefer to specify the absolute path for the // user files directory. Usefull if you are using a virtual directory, symbolic // link or alias. Examples: 'C:\\MySite\\UserFiles\\' or '/root/mysite/UserFiles/'. // Attention: The above 'UserFilesPath' must point to the same directory. $Config['UserFilesAbsolutePath'] = '' ; $Config['AllowedExtensions']['File'] = array() ; $Config['DeniedExtensions']['File'] = array('php','php3','php5','phtml','asp','aspx','ascx','jsp','cfm','cfc','pl','bat','exe','dll','reg','cgi') ; $Config['AllowedExtensions']['Image'] = array('jpg','gif','jpeg','png') ; $Config['DeniedExtensions']['Image'] = array() ; $Config['AllowedExtensions']['Flash'] = array('swf','fla') ; $Config['DeniedExtensions']['Flash'] = array() ; $Config['AllowedExtensions']['Media'] = array('swf','fla','jpg','gif','jpeg','png','avi','mpg','mpeg') ; $Config['DeniedExtensions']['Media'] = array() ; ?>