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Upload Custom Mime Types in WordPress (SVG, WebP)

I have a plugin I created to allow for us to add additional image types (webp, svg, etc). For some reason it is failing and will not allow me to add svg.

Could use an extra set of eyes on this one please:

function pmp_custom_upload_mimes($existing_mimes = array()) {
    $existing_mimes('webp') = 'image/webp';
    $existing_mimes('ico') = 'image/x-icon';
    $existing_mimes('svg') = 'image/svg+xml';
    return $existing_mimes;
add_filter('mime_types', 'pmp_custom_upload_mimes');

8 – How to get the file destination from a content type’s field_image to upload programatically

I have a cron job that goes and grabs content from another resource and uploads it into my drupal site, and this includes a link an image that I retrieve and upload into my S3 file system.

  • My site’s file system is set to Amazon S3
  • For my S3 Configurations, I have access_key and secret_key set in the settings.php file as well as the following settings:
$settings('s3fs.use_s3_for_public') = TRUE;
$settings('s3fs.use_s3_for_private') = TRUE;
$settings('php_storage')('twig')('directory') = 'sites/default/files/php/twig';
  • My Content Type’s field_image settings are to use s3 storage under the folder public/course_images
  • I’ve validated the s3 configurations and refreshed the metadata cache successfully

Right now, if I upload an image through the admin interface, it uploads as expected and works perfectly fine. However, in my cron job I keep getting the error The specified file 'temporary://fileBXiPLP' could not be copied because the destination directory 'public://course_images' is not properly configured.

In my cron job, here is how I attempt to upload the file:

$image_url_arr = explode("/", $image_url);
$image_name = end($image_url_arr);
$img = file_get_contents($image_url);
$file = file_save_data($img, "public://course_images/$image_name", FileSystemInterface::EXISTS_REPLACE);

I’ve tried to replace public://course_images with public://public/course_images and s3://public/course_images and I received the exact same error…

What’s even stranger is that my staging instance that has the exact same configurations and the same s3 bucket permissions works perfectly fine (specifically with the s3://public/course_images option).

Considering it uploads fine via the admin UI, how can I get the correct path to be able to upload to S3 programatically?

how can I upload a file to sharepoint using vba?

Update, I’ve learned that the SharedWorkSpace object has been deprecated. Anyone have another solution that doesn’t use this object?

I need to write a quick Excel VBA tool to send to our overseas partners so they can upload some big files to our SharePoint site. I used to be able to do this in older versions of SharePoint using the Office.SharedWorkSpace object, but I no longer have the code and my new attempts have failed to find the right process. I would share code, but I haven’t written any yet that can even compile. I am able to create the SharedWorkSpace Object, but I can’t find any members of that Object that relate to uploading. Can someone help me get started with some sample code or pointers. I’m pretty good at figuring things out once I get pointed in the right direction.

Sub UploadFileToSharePoint(stFile as string)

 Dim sws as Office.SharedWorkSpace
 sws.  ' this shows me the list of members but I can't find any that apply

End Sub

I’ve also searched a lot using the Object Browser. Maybe this functionality has been deprecated? Frustrated.

8 – How can I have the file upload destination private by default?

Currently Webform file component uses public files as default upload destination. This is probably because private files path is not always available if not configured in Drupal settings correctly.

File upload destination should be made automatically “private files” by default if available.

I found same issue with Drupal7, is there any patch or way for Drupal8?

Or better if we do it by some setting in the local.settings.php or some similar cofniguraions?

8 – File upload destination should be private files by default if available? D8

Currently Webform file component uses public files as default upload destination. This is probably because private files path is not always available if not configured in Drupal settings correctly.

File upload destination should be made automatically “private files” by default if available.

I found same issue with Drupal7, is there any patch or way for Drupal8?

Or better if we do it by some setting in the local.settings.php or some similar cofniguraions?

Pop Up message in Google Drive Upload

When trying to upload docs from Google Drive as an attachment to Smartsheet, there’s a pop up message that states ” An embedded page at says you are about to send 1 item to Would you like to continue?”

This was not showing before.

Is there any settings to remove this and what’s causing the message? Does this mean that when I allow this, Smartsheet will then own the files?


sharepoint online – Base64 files corrupt upon upload via SP rest in Power Automate

I am trying to use a SharePoint request action in Power Automate to upload a file to a library. I’m running into an issue that I’ve seen many others who have attempted this either using the SP JSOM or jquery/ajax calls in that any file other than a ‘txt’ is corrupt when uploaded.

Does anyone know how to properly use PowerAutomate to upload a file to SP with REST?

I am converting the my base64 string into binary via the base64tobinary() expression. Uri endpoints and headers are as follows:

    method: post
    uri: _api/web/lists/getbytitle('shareddocs')/RootFolder/files/add(overwrite=true,url='filename')
    headers:  {
    accept:  application/json; odata=verbose,
    content-type:  application/octet-stream
    body:  base64tobinary('base64var')

8 – Retrieve an image field’s file path to upload file programatically to S3

I recently implemented an S3 Bucket to store images, however doing so caused some strange behavior.


In the File System configurations I changed the Default download method to Amazon Simple Storage Service. The public and private file systems I did not change (still under sites/default/).

In the S3FS configurations, I set up my s3 bucket and set the public folder setting to public and private folder to private, leaving the root folder blank. In my s3 bucket I have a public and private folder at the root.

I have a content-type with an image field whose File Directory is set to images.


I have this chunk of code that creates/updates those nodes with a field that downloads an image from a url. This is how I set the image

$image_url = $data('img_url'); // returns something like
$file = system_retrieve_file($image_url, 'public://images/', TRUE, FileSystemInterface::EXISTS_REPLACE);
if ($file && $file->id()) {
    $course_node->set('field_image', (
        'target_id' => $file->id(),
        'alt' => $titles(0),


BEFORE I implemented the S3FS related changes, this worked fine. I could upload an image through the admin portal OR add some through the code above, and images would be uploaded to sites/default/files/course_images.

AFTER I implemented the S3FS related changes I am having different results:

  • When uploading an image through the admin portal, the image gets uploaded in my s3 bucket in the folder s3root:images/ with the correct file name.
  • When uploading an image via the code, the image gets uploaded in my s3 bucket as the file s3root:public/images

I would like both to upload to just public/images, however I’m more concerned with the chunk of code uploading the file to s3 under the file s3:root:public/images instead of storing it in the folder s3root:public/images/ with the name same as what it was from the original image url.

What is incorrect about system_retrieve_file that is causing it not to play nice with S3?

sharepoint online – Upload Images to the new Image Field

I´m creating a list through list definition and that list contains a Image Field (not the Image/Url).
I also want to include items in this list with using list definition. But I don’t know how to create items with images in the image column.

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I’m creating items like the example, but for image column I don’t know how to create.

      <Field Name="Id">1</Field>
      <Field Name="Column1">Test</Field>
      <Field Name="Column2">Test Test Test</Field>
      <Field Name="Image"> ??? </Field>