Contact me directly if that does't solve the issue. #27 | Written by David Elmore about 2 years ago. Glad I found your stuff ... Your variations are aligned center but they are too big compared to the thumbnail image so it's pushing towards the right. Unable to upload images – make sure that your server has 755 permissions set on /wp-content directory. If your hosting environment requires higher than 755, you risk being vulnerable to hackers. Source
The user name and password for this authentication method should be different from your WordPress user name and password. My only advise to you in this case is that you look for alternatives. 3. Have you taken the WordPress 2016 Survey yet? In this case frequent requests fall into the fair use category, rather than being a security concern. Comments (37) Leave a comment #1 | Written by James L. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/272063
I will contact them. #22 | Written by Vlad about 2 years ago. When [would:how] I use the fancy code? I have read virtually everything about this but my problem now is that I can't get the gallery to display nicely, it's all a bit of a mess so I have A detailed error description can be found in Apache's log file.
Set to 'content' to load galleries from the content_dir / content_url * NEW: Bosnian (bs_BA) language thanks to Nevesin Srdoc * NEW: Chinese (zh_CN) language thanks to Vahi Chen, http://www.vahichen.com * Reply Benjamin, try running Associate Images using the File Number Suffix option - that is exactly the scenario it was designed for. #15 | Written by Johio about 3 years I really want to use this plugin but my website goes down everytime I install it. Among the usual suspects are the following plugins: Better WP Security and Role Scoper.
The following article explains how to accept a self-signed certificate using Internet Explorer: http://www.poweradmin.com/help/sslhints/ie.aspx, and this discussion covers Google Chrome and Mac OS: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/7580508/getting-chrome-to-accept-self-signed-localhost-certificate. Visit your secure site in the web browser then explicitly accept the invalid certificate. If your test fails, then you know which plugin you have just enabled - that is the offender. https://wordpress.org/support/topic/you-do-not-have-the-correct-permission/ About this Plugin NextGEN Gallery Support Threads Reviews Topic Info In: Plugins and Hacks 14 replies 2 participants Last reply from: photocrati Last activity: 9 months ago 4.4 Status: not resolved
About Blog Hosting Jobs Support Developers Get Involved Learn Showcase Plugins Themes Ideas WordCamp WordPress.TV BuddyPress bbPress WordPress.com Matt Privacy License / GPLv2 Code is Poetry. This all sounds good, however, when poorly configured mod_security can also shred totally innocent and legitimate requests. How to fix that? For example, instead of XML it returns an HTML page.
Some times I get one or two images up but offten none are added. http://www.nextgen-gallery.com/changelog/ Check if you can create galleries using the WordPress Admin interface. Subscribe to Tips and Tricks HQ Comments (64 responses) Carol says: March 18, 2015 at 3:13 pm Hi. Remove the extra characters and spaces in the filename, and try uploading again.
Cookie /n The Server setting is LimitRequestFieldSize 65535 This should be enough 😉 Somehow a cookie gets corrupted making thumbnails and the consequence is I get logged out so making the http://kreativexpert.com/nextgen-gallery/nextgen-gallery-error.html I have opened ticket with Photocrati regarding the issue. #30 | Written by AC about 2 years ago. I sort by capture date. You do not have the correct permission That's very strange because I'm logged in as admin and when trying to reach another backend page in a new browser tab I do
There is an online tool at www.hurl.it, which you can use to send an empty POST request to your site. This post has a textual and video instructions showing how to fix the WordPress "Unable to create directory" error when uploading/inserting image into WordPress. Also, check out the FAQ page, see the article about memory and post size settings. http://kreativexpert.com/nextgen-gallery/nextgen-gallery-error-0.html Other WordPress plugins interfere with XMLRPC.
There are also badly written plugins that simply add some HTML content to every server response with no regard of the expected response format. When this happens you can experience all sorts of trouble ranging from server errors ("HTTP Error 400 Bad Request" and "HTTP Error 500 Internal Server Failure") to seemingly random alterations and I am getting 503 errors and my IP address has been blocked.
mod_security is an Apache module that provides intrusion detection and prevention for web applications. For example, this happens when the parent folder is not writable, or when your server is running in Safe Mode. With the script blocked, my plugin will be unable to read information about your galleries or upload photos to your blog. Check permissions in WordPress Dashboard | Gallery | Other Options | Roles & Capabilities.
LimitRequestFieldSize 65536 ProxyIOBufferSize 65536 Still the error appears after some time creating thumbnails, even after disabling all other plugins so there must me something in the nextgen-gallery creating the cookie. Your tip fixed my issue. Log into your WordPress Admin account. Check This Out This will fix plugin conflicts * Fixed: In Attach to Post interface, galleries created in one tab weren't showing in another * Fixed: Don't output frame events cookie for XML-RPC requests
My website works until I install Nextgen and then it fails on both Theme X and the default themes. Reply A number of issues have been identified with NextGEN Gallery 2.0.0 and you appear to be affected by those. Thanks again.. And I tried most of those non-fixes before landing on this page.
I was going crazy! My pictures are renamed as date + name (ex 04102013-img_6607.jpg) and the tool dosn't find matches with any settings (capture time doesn't work anyway). OK sounds good thanks for the info. What does the Advanced option in the Your Account section do?
I was searching for a guide about how to fix this type of an error but I failed. I was wondering if we can select the featured image for the post via the plug in. #4 | Written by Vlad about 3 years ago. How do I fix this? Contact your hosting provider and see if you can get help from them or look for a better hosting solution.
Just increase the thumbnail size of your images from the NextGen gallery settings menu and it will appear nicely on that page. Posted 6 years ago # wpCommerce Moderator Make sure that you don't have other plugins(e.g. Make sure to turn off resizing on the server (in WordPress Dashboard, go Gallery > Other Options and set the Automatically resize images after upload option to No. Better yet, rename and implement Basic HTTP Authentication to prevent unauthorized access to the script and specify authentication credentials using the "Advanced" option in the My Server section of the plugin.
This way the button will just sit below the thumbnail image of the NextGen gallery. [wp_eStore:product_id:1:end] Posted 6 years ago # silverdigit Member Thanks Amin, One last question. This is what I did: Deactivated all my plugins -> activate nextgen -> activate other plugins one by one -> no issue When I tried installing nextgen with other plugins active Hope you find the culprit.