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You are using an IIS server and i lnow it s a mess about file permission!
Ask your host to see how it can give php permission on writing on that directory, using FTP will not help in your case!
I’m not comfortable doing the below as it is way above my head! Can you recommend people that we can pay to fix the issues for us?
Rabah’s suggestion only requires you to write to your host regarding this problem and they will be able to solve it for you. All you need to do is ask them if they “could give php permission on writing on the ‘content’ directory on: http://www.hopemanagement.co.uk/admin/inc/img/content/”
Ah ok, thank you – sorry I’m not very good at this!
hmm so I asked our host / server people and they said:
From the looks of the error message, it is indicating that in your script you have already defined the constant IMPATH, and having defining it again will cause a conflict. I would recommend you contacting your developer to investigate this issue. Unfortunately we do not troubleshoot coding related issues as this is out of our scope of support.
I have found a link which will assist you in determining where a PHP constant is defined: http://www.electrictoolbox.com/tell-if-php-constant-defined-already/
However, as I said I cannot contact my developer and I dont understand about checking the PHP so am still stuck!!
Lizzy, when you visit Admin > Preferences > Advanced, what does it say for ‘Image directory’?
I think someone has changed the “path to site” on your textpattern admin then go to admin/preference and change it back to
right now it has a /admin added at the end, that s why the image path looks like this:
a double admin in the path is not correct i think, change the path to site will solve that.
Last edited by Dragondz (2012-07-05 09:44:06)
for Image Directory it says: ‘admin/inc/img/content’
Lizzy, please try what Dragondz proposes. In your case it’d mean to remove
admin/ from the path for your image directory.
Edit: Sh.., Dragondz meant something else. But you could try both proposals.
Last edited by uli (2012-07-05 13:10:41)
What Dragondz is suggesting is that you should correct the path to site which can be found via ftp on