I am setting up a small moderated WordPress site on a private network. We would like users to be able to make posts and upload files without logging into the back end. The Quick Post Widget works fine for this EXCEPT for the file uploading part. I think we’re supposed to be able to do this:
1. Click on the “Editor” button in the widget area to get a popup dialog box with TinyMCE.
2. Click on the “Insert/Edit Media” icon to get the TinyMCE insertion dialog.
3. Click on the “Browse” file browser icon to open the File Manager dialog.
This is all fine, except that the File Manager dialog box is completely empty. Just a big white box inside the dialog frame. It has the close “X” button in the top right corner, which works, but there is no file uploading form, or in fact anything at all.
What am I missing? Is there a security setting somewhere? A pathname to hack? Any advice will be much appreciated. Thank you.
(FYI: server is running PHP 4.3, I believe, if that matters)
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