View Full Version : Problem uploading pictures
07-20-2005, 05:10 AM
I searched the forums for this kind of problem but haven't found my answer... I installed and modified the template (http://blog.reasonworld.com). I uploaded 3 pictures yesterday with that template. But now, everytime I want to upload a picture, at the middle of the loading, it just refreshes the input forms like it did nothing. I tried with both IE and FF, if it could make a difference.
Here are some infos:
Operating system : Linux
Apache : 1.3.33 (Unix)
PHP version : 4.3.11
MySQL version : 4.0.24-standard
07-20-2005, 07:10 AM
I don't think it's a Pixelpost problem.
07-20-2005, 07:28 AM
upload and template are different shoes ;=)
do you sit behind a firewall?
maybe some filesize restrictions there?
07-20-2005, 12:36 PM
I mentionned the template thing because maybe I could have changed something without knowing it... But that problem is weird, no error nothing, just a sweet refresh of those forms.
Well, I uploaded 3 pictures before, so no firewall, neither file restrictions because it's about 140Kb.
07-20-2005, 01:38 PM
but a template is a front-end and uploading happens in "back end"; in the admin-section..
if you really think it has something to do with the template, give us the URL of that installation
I forgot to ask last time: did you empty the cache of the browser when you uploaded?
could you upload one of these photos or more with your FTP-program to a folder at your webspace and start the Copy-Folder-Addon?
Does that work?
do you have space left at your webspace?
did you come over the free traffic, is there traffic limitation at your webspace?
I still think it is not PixelPost, it must be something else
07-20-2005, 07:46 PM
I haven't found yet what's going on. But I know it's not webspace, bandwidth or whatever. I tried deleting all cookies, cache, etc of FF and still, it did it again. When I was saying template, I forgot to mention I did edit a bit of the index.php file... which was the point of mentioning the template thing.
Thanks for the help, I wished, by posting here, that it occured to anyone else before, but it seems its something with my host probably. I'll investigate the scripts and settings and everything, then update here when I find out what's going on. :)
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