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Power Gallery 2 unable to display?

Thread began 12/31/2011 4:41 pm by dennis372614 | Last modified 2/07/2012 9:44 am by Jason Byrnes | 1195 views | 6 replies |

dennis372614

Power Gallery 2 unable to display?

I just installed Power Gallery 2 to my root of the website. setup the database, all went well
I uploaded folder powergallery and ran index.php.
the powergallery folder is in the root, and in images I added a folder named stainedglass, uploaded images. Then ran upload images via control panel server upload all the images.
they showed ok in manage images, then chose theme, then add to site. the following code and html was generated:

index.php?gallery=d&theme=d

and
<?php
$pg_id = 'd';
$pg_theme = 'd';
include('/hermes/bosweb/web142/b1421/ipg.wambligleska/powergallery/galleries/d/index.php');
?>

is the index.php automatically generated? as for the http link?

When I tried to preview or use the wambligleska.com as above I get a page not found error?

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dennis372614

Power Gallery 2 Major issues!

I see many have viewed my request for assistance! however no replies!
I have tried setting this up on my local testing server same issues with the generated web url to view gallery! Has anyone been able to even get this to work form the first install?

I cannot believe a new version of Powergallery does not work. there are so many problems I see posted, just purchased this product and cannot get it to work so I will be requesting full refund! and Tech support wants to charge $49.xx dollars for product support that does not work!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Dennis, Please note that the WebAssist offices where closed for the new Year holiday. We are normally available Monday - Friday during business hours 7am - 7pm Pacific Standard time.


for the problem you are having:

Make sure that the permissions on the webassist folder and all files and folders under it are set to 755. I recommend using a dedicated FTP program like filezilla to change file permissions.

Then, in the webassist/caching/PG_CachedResize_Image.php file needs to be updated to
change line 14:

php:
$retVal = is_dir($pathname) || @mkdir($pathname, 0777);



to:

php:
$retVal = is_dir($pathname) || @mkdir($pathname, 0755);




and line 360:
[php]mkdir ($cachefolder,0777,true);[php]

to:
[php]mkdir ($cachefolder,0755,true);/php]


And the admin_gallery/common/properties.php file needs to be edited to
change:

php:
$GLOBALS['permissions'] = array(

'dir' => 0777,
'file' => 0666
);




To:

php:
$GLOBALS['permissions'] = array(

'dir' => 0755,
'file' => 0755
);





if you continue to have issues after making these changes, let me know and I will start a private ticket so we can contact you to trouble shoot the issue on your system in screen sharing session.

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dennis372614

Page not found error!

Hi Jason,
Thanks for getting back to me. I know Webassist was not there during the holidays.
I meant this comment directed to other forum users, that had read the problem.
I apologize for any negative comments I made. I just want this to work.
And my only comment was on this new version why is the php files having to be edited to make it work. Thought this should have already been done, at least let us know ahead of time that these files need to be changed, and permissions set. Any way I did all the changes to the php files as you indicated, and used my FTP program to change permissions as you requested. However I still get a page not found. Im a pasting the html link that was generated by add to site> index.php?gallery=d&theme=d

Have a question, I do not see the /d/ index.php when I checked the actual galleries folder.
is the /d/ an actual directory that is generated or is this path language for php code. I do not know any php programming,

Thanks for your assistance! Hope we can get this working as its a great asset to what I'm trying to provide images.

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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:
supporthistory.php

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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nancy409780

Having Issue with Displaying Powergallery 2

The PHP code I am to embed from Powergallery v2 is the following:

<?php
$pg_id = '3';
$pg_theme = 'PFR Theme';
include('/homepages/43/d333120063/htdocs/powergallery/galleries/flow/index.php');
?>

This works fine on my test site gallery.php

However, when I upload it to my client's hosting space (which is Linux and
supports php), it doesn't work and I get the following error:

Warning:
include(/homepages/43/d333120063/htdocs/powergallery/galleries/flow/index.php)
[function.include]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in
/homepages/45/d400656386/htdocs/gallery.php on line 59

Warning: include() [function.include]: Failed opening
'/homepages/43/d333120063/htdocs/powergallery/galleries/flow/index.php' for
inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/lib/php5') in
/homepages/45/d400656386/htdocs/gallery.php on line 59


So, something is telling me that I'm missing something in the string of
code. I've tried changing it from 43 to 45, removing information, adding
php5, etc. and nothing appears to be working.

The actual site that I'm getting this error message is on
www.pfrclutchparts.com. Go to Gallery.

I have also changed the permissions on the PG_CachedResize_Image.php file as well as the admin-gallery/common/properties.php file and it still doesn't work.

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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:
supporthistory.php

If anyone else is experiencing this same issue, please append to this thread.

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