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HTML Editor - "No input file specified"

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by vpanageas, May 17, 2006.

  1. vpanageas

    vpanageas Registered

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    Has anyone ever received "no input file specified" when using the HTML editor in File Manager. I never had an issue with this in the past. I can no longer edit my files now. I can upload documents and media. I have not touched any settings. It's a very simple website - just text and pictures. Any suggestions.:rolleyes:
     
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    Yes i just received this error and the work around was not to have any spaces in your file name.

    for example if you have a file name called about us.htm -- you will need to rename it to aboutus.htm.

    this has fixed the issue for me
     
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    I've been seeing that a lot too except what's happening is the space is at the end of the extension and not part of the file name IE 'index.html ' instead of 'index.html'

    The space at the end isn't detectible unless you can highlight it.
     
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