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Thread began 3/08/2011 1:02 pm by robert222776 | Last modified 3/08/2011 6:44 pm by robert222776 | 992 views | 3 replies |

robert222776

Images not displaying

This is a new installation using PG1.2.1. I have replaced the global.php and library.php files. I have tried reinstalling PG, single and server image uploads, but still cannot get the gallery to display. I even tried clearing the data from the database using phpmyadmin, and then adding new images. In some browsers I see nothing, in others I see something akin to broken image path "images". Everything looks as it should from within the admin area. I have been able to get previous versions to display on other sites, but not this version. Any ideas?

Here is a link to the test site....try using Chrome:
acacia.php


Thanks,
Robert

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

I have created a support ticket so we can look into this issue further.

To view and edit your support ticket, please log into your support history:
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If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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robert222776

Thanks....I responded via the ticket.

Robert

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robert222776

Ray solved the problem by editing the library, mediarss, and global.php files. The problem was caused by the unusual "~" character in the temporary domain name.....~name/, thus causing an incorrect path name to be created for the images (thus the gallery "appeared" with broken image paths).

This seems to be somewhat unique to the server I am using, and should not be a problem when the actual domain name is used. In any case, I believe Ray plans to make the solution broadly available such that the code looks for this character logically, and if there, sets the proper path, and if not there, sets the path normally.

Thanks Ray!

Robert

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