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I have a issue when i am going to upload image to my newely added product. i have an issue Upload HTTP Error. i don’t know what the problem is acctually i am to new Magento just develop some extension but before that i hav’nt face this type of issue Please Help some one ..
I am getting the Upload Error when I try to upload images from any windows pc â I have tried with Firefox and IE. As indicating, I am getting SSL Error: Invalid or Self Signed Cert in firefox but works fine in IE. Any suggestions please and i don’t have SSL .
I have follwoing settings:
setting System > Configuration > Web > Use Secure URLs in Admin to âNoâ
I am sure this horse has been beat to death, but I am really stuck. I was going along all day entering new product when all of the sudden I could no longer upload images. I keep getting SSL Error: Invalid or self-signed certificate. nothing had been changed it just stop working. For two days now I have been trying to fix it. I have this problem only in Firefox, not Google Chrome. I don\’t use windows so I don\’t know about IE. I have reset Firefox to default, UN-installed Firefox 28 for Ubuntu and re-installed, re-keyed my SSL cert. reinstalled SSL. tried my old .htaccess files. tried different local.xml files. checked mod-security. checked MaxRequestLen and it is above whats needed. I removed and reinstalled Flash. I don\’t have a firewall per say it is part of the kernel on Ubuntu. I have been searching everywhere and can\’t come up with a fix. the only thing I have not done is make a self signed certificate as I am not on a local computer but a VPS server. Chrome dose not work in Magento as well as Firefox