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Problem with images not showing, has wrong path

Thread began 1/26/2011 8:41 pm by gerlinda89667 | Last modified 1/27/2011 6:38 pm by Dani Chankhour | 1344 views | 9 replies |

gerlinda89667

Problem with images not showing, has wrong path

Hi,
I am having a problem with images not showing. When I view the source it shows the wrong path. This is an add-on domain within another domain. It names the folder that the domain is using when it calls the images, which of course there is no such folder in the domain. gallery.php

I tried the other global file from the sticky post, but it didn't do anything either. Could you help please?
thank you,
Gerlinda

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neilo

Hi Gerlinda ,

On your remote server, what is the exact path to your /galleries/ribbon_fullsize/index.php page?

internationalragdollcongress.org/ ? ? ? /galleries/ribbon_fullsize/index.php page?

Also, have you uploaded all of the files and folders to your remote site?

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gerlinda89667

Yes, all files are uploaded. Here is the full path.
index.php

Thank you,
Gerlinda

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Dani Chankhour

So does the irc-site folder exists on your server?

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gerlinda89667

Yes, it is the folder that the domain is in. But shouldn't be referenced as a folder in the domain. In other words, the folder irc_site is the folder that is the domain. But this folder is an add-on domain on another domain. It resides within the main domain.

Right now it is calling the images from: a01_62c.jpg as if the irc_site is a folder in the domain, but it is actually the domain folder.

I don't know if that makes sense?
It should be just a01_62c.jpg

It is referencing the js files just fine: "/galleries/galleries/ribbon_fullsize/js/gallery.js

Thank you,
Gerlinda

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Dani Chankhour

OK, try adding this line of code:

$WAGLOBAL_Root_URL = str_replace('irc_site', '', $WAGLOBAL_Root_URL);

to the global.php file in the galleries folder under line 12.

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gerlinda89667

Added the line, but no change. Image still not showing..
Any other ideas? Is there a way to make it not put in the full url when referencing images, like it does for js files, it doesn't use the full url.
Thank you,
Gerlinda

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Dani Chankhour

I have opened a support ticket to further assist you with issue:

supporthistory.php

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gerlinda89667

Appreciated, thank you!
Gerlinda

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Dani Chankhour

If you could replay back to the support ticket i should be able to assist you.

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