I think this might be related to the fix for bug 130149. It seems to me that publishing images to a subdirectory is trying to publish the images anonymously. See example below. Steps to Reproduce: 1. Restart NS and launch Composer 2. Create a simple page with two lines of text and one image 3. Click on File - Publish As 4. Fill in all the appropriate information for your FTP server 5. Make sure to check the boxes to "Include images and other files" and "Use this subdirectory" Type the name of an image directory 6. Click Publish Actual results: I get the message "user anonymous unknown". Then I check the HTML source, and find out that the URL for the image is now listed as the full FTP url of the image without the username and password. Expected results: I would expect that the image would upload, and that the URL in the HTML source would be something to the effect of /images/image.jpg
Was the username and password you entered correct? Because if they are not, then FTP tries to do anonymous login.
Yes, infact the actual page uploads fine, just the images do not.
Handing over to brade, who works on url manipulation during publishing process.
Comment on attachment 75609 [details] [diff] [review] clone the uri before stripping username/password r=adamlock
Comment on attachment 75609 [details] [diff] [review] clone the uri before stripping username/password firstname.lastname@example.org
Comment on attachment 75609 [details] [diff] [review] clone the uri before stripping username/password a=asa (on behalf of drivers) for checkin to the 1.0 trunk
fix checked in
The image is now being uploaded, but the HTML is still being changed to the full FTP URL without the username and password, so the images on the uploaded HTML file are still not viewable. And I am still getting a "User anonymous unknown" message when uploading. I filed a new bug 133803 to cover the new issue. The images are now being uploaded, so this one is VERIFIED.