What do I have to type into "image path" and "thumbnail path" in Admin Options?
The thumbnails are not cropped when using the 12CropImage for cropping
Why are there different paths seen for image path and thumbnail path in Admin General Info?
Do I need all the Addons which come with Pixelpost Installation?
No linebreaks are shown in my image description
I lost my password, how can I get it again?
What does the Report Spam button do in admin panel?
In Admin Options page you can define another foldername for your images and thumbnails folder. Default is ../images/ for the images and ../thumbnails/ for the thumbnails.
You can use any other folder name of your choice by changing the names here. But don't forget to create a folder by this name with the correct CHMOD too!
Try to reload the page after cropping with 12CropImage ("refresh" or "Shift-Refresh" or "Cmd-Refresh" or "F5"). This is usually a browser cache issue.
In Admin General Info page you can check if your folders have the correct naming.
The guessed path is the real and absolute server path, assuming that you didn't rename the images / thumbnails directory in the Options menu.
The configured path is the relative path of the folder, showing the name you defined in the Options menu.
If the configured path shows the same value as the guessed path, this is wrong and your photoblog won't work!
The configured path is the directory path seen from admin/index.php with the actual folder name where your images rsp. thumbnails are in.
There are a few Addons in the Pixelpost Package which are meant as a basic sample for Addons or which you don't neewd all the time. You can turn them off of course as well as any other Addon which you don't indend to use. You can turn them on again at any time.
See a description of all Pixelpost default Addons here: Addons
You can always use HTML for formatting your image description. So use
<br /> for a single new line and
<br /><br /> for a double line break.
If you want to use simple line breaks in your image description go to Admin Options and set ENABLE MARKDOWN to "yes".
To have a normal linebreak in text, use empty-empty-return". To have a paragraph, use "return-return"
Pixelpost has a built-in password recovery option, but it requires that you have set an actual and working email adress in the admin panel to send a new password for you. Just call your admin page with
http://yourdomain.com/(photoblog_folder/)admin and you will see the link to the password recovery.
If for some reasons you can't log in you Pixelpost-Admin and the email-recovery isn't working, don't worry.
Place the password-recovery tool, which you find here, password_recovery.php, in the root of your site and run it. Fill in all questions and you will get a totally new and fresh password!
Note: After testing your password don't forget to delete password_recovery.php.
Since Pixelpost version 1.5 there is the "report spam" button in the comment page of the Admin Panel.
By selecting some comments and pressing "report spam", the IP address of this comment is stored in the referer banned list and in the black list.
You can use the referer banned list to create a .htacces file which will block every visit of this IP address.
See the Options Spam Control documentation for more information.