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Blow up Pictures not working in Firefox or chromen

Thread began 6/21/2011 1:15 pm by adam106173 | Last modified 6/27/2011 9:40 am by adam106173 | 822 views | 3 replies


Does this fix the powerstore powergallery? That's what I'm using. I tried to implement the fix. It broke everything on the site. The instructions state: If the webassist/caching/ folder does not exist, it will need to be created. So I created a caching folder within the webassist folder where I dropped CachedResize_Image.php file. I see in some of your threads, you say the folder has to be in the root - the same directory the galleries is in. Which the webassist folder is. I restored what I had done to the site. Here is the site if it matters. I updated to Firefox 5. It now appears the home images are not working correctly as well. index.php

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