When you upload a galley (e.g. PDF, HTML, Postscript, etc) to OJS, it checks to see what type of file you've uploaded. If it's HTML, you should be given the chance to upload images on the galley's "Edit" page. If you're not able to upload images, OJS may be confused into thinking that the file is not HTML; in this case, it's probably because your PHP mime_content_type function is not configured (see http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.mime-content-type.php
The Files Browser allows you to browse the private files area (where submissions are kept in their raw format, such as OpenOffice or .DOC); there isn't currently a way to browse the public files area, but we'll likely move the public files area into the private files area in a future release. In the meantime, some users have created symbolic links from the private files area into the public files area. This has allowed them to use the files browser to modify their public files.
However, you won't be able to upload HTML images directly to the public files directory, because OJS needs to know about them in the database. Make sure your mime_content_type function is properly configured and upload the images via the galley's "Edit" link. You may need to re-upload the galley if you modify your PHP configuration, as OJS only checks the file type when it is originally uploaded.
Open Journal Systems Team
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