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Thread began 1/09/2011 7:20 pm by kim420852 | Last modified 1/23/2011 6:11 am by franceswhitmanart413612 | 2358 views | 16 replies |

kim420852

Powergallery admin

Hi, I had both the admin section and the gallery working perfectly but now the admin section gives errors. The gallery is still working fine within the page that I inserted it. I have made no changes whatsoever to it. The admin section comes up like this

index.php
It allows you to log in but then sits there with a page full of errors.

The gallery itself is in this page and is working fine. It is here.
dogs%20available.php

The whole thing was working with no problems and then these errors came up in the admin section - is there an error on your end because I did not make any changes at all.

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franceswhitmanart413612

My admin has exactly the same error

My admin log in is behaving exactly the same since last week, and it is difficult to edit galleries as the whole page is off centre and you cannot see the information correctly.
I was going to post the same question, then saw your post.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

It looks like the admin_gallery/images/installed.png file may have become corrupted.

Can you try downloading a fresh copy of the power gallery files to get a new version of that file and replace the online copy with the fresh one.

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kimsmith01419714

admin

I will try that. I hope it works because I cannot use the admin section at all. Kim

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kimsmith01419714

powergallery admin

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  It looks like the admin_gallery/images/installed.png file may have become corrupted.

Can you try downloading a fresh copy of the power gallery files to get a new version of that file and replace the online copy with the fresh one.  



Hi Jason,

I re-downloaded the power gallery and tried to replace the file above and have been unable to. It won't open in any program - fireworks, AI, paint. All say it is not a valid file. Can you tell us what the problem is? It was all working fine. Regards, Kim

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kimsmith01419714

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  It looks like the admin_gallery/images/installed.png file may have become corrupted.

Can you try downloading a fresh copy of the power gallery files to get a new version of that file and replace the online copy with the fresh one.  



Further, all the other images are fine, just not that one. It would seem it is currupted on your end? Regards, Kim

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kimsmith01419714

powergallery admin

Originally Said By: Jason Byrnes
  It looks like the admin_gallery/images/installed.png file may have become corrupted.

Can you try downloading a fresh copy of the power gallery files to get a new version of that file and replace the online copy with the fresh one.  



Please see my other answers. I can't use this gallery at all at the moment and I've been trying to work on it since last Friday. What is the next step for this please? Thanks, Kim

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kimsmith01419714

Originally Said By: franceswhitmanart413612
  My admin log in is behaving exactly the same since last week, and it is difficult to edit galleries as the whole page is off centre and you cannot see the information correctly.
I was going to post the same question, then saw your post.  



Hi, Have you had any luck in solving this? I can't use the gallery at all, I can't get in to update it. Regards, kim

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neilo

  It won't open in any program - fireworks, AI, paint. All say it is not a valid file.  

installed.png isn't an image file, it is inherently a php file that uses cURL to verify and activate your gallery serial number on the WebAssist servers.

Perhaps trying to open it in an image editing program to test it out is what is corrupting it. Have you tried just uploading a clean copy without first trying to open it in an image editing proggie? Does your remote host have cURL installed in its PHP setup?

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

As neilo says, the installed.png file is not a true image file, it is a php file and as such will not open in any image editing program. You will just need to upload the installed.png file to the server, there is no need to open it.

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