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firesphere

Concerning images, once uploaded, they are in draft. You need to publish manually. If it is on a relation, e.g. a banner image on a Page class, the Page class needs to have a $owns property, that triggers the publication of images (and files) that the page owns

firesphere

If it is in the HTML Editor that the images are uploaded, I believe you still have to manually publish the images before they render

firesphere

I'm not 100% sure about the latter though, you might need to test and check that 🙂

firesphere

What you could do locally, is symlink the public/resources/themes folder to your root themes folder, it would save you having to expose all the time

Andy2708

Ah ok so thats what the $owns property does

firesphere

Quite a few results about the owns property here: https://slackarchive.silverstripe.org/slack-archive/search/?Query=private+static+owns&Channel%5B%5D=&User%5B%5D=&action_doSearch=Search

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firesphere

$owns publishes relations when a publishRecursive is triggered. This extra method is to prevent accidental publishing of related items that should not be published by default 🙂

firesphere

You're welcome 🙂 That's what we're here for 😄