I did a search containing the exact words of the error message I get when trying to upload photos through my WordPress admin, and found someone had the same problem previously...the text again of the error message is: "Safari can't open the page "http://(nameofsite)/wordpress/wp-admin/post.php" because it could not load any data from this location." Below is their resolution - it had to do with the php of the server, so thought maybe this could help solve the puzzle? Just a recap, the problem's only been occurring for the last few days; it's not a specific computer/cache issue as I've tried uploading photos from another computer using Explorer (I use Safari). It doesn't appear to be a WordPress gliche if this is the case, so wondered if you've heard of this php problem in relation to this error message before. Following is the example I found online -
QUESTION ON WORDPRESS SUPPORT SITE: I'm having trouble logging into wordpress using Safari 1.2.2 on Mac OS X. It gives me the error, "Safari canâ€™t open the page â€œhttp://www.tedpearson.com/wp-login.phpâ€? because it could not load any data from this location." I haven't got it to work since I updated to Panther. My server is running debian linux with php 5.0.0. I *can* log in if I use Firefox instead. Any guesses as to why I can't login with Safari?
REPLY: This wouldn't be from some cookie blocking or security thing that is now "on" in Safari that wasn't on before? Just grasping at straws, trying to come up with some kind of thing for you to check.
QUESTION; Deleted cookies from Safari - nothing different. I'd suspect php 5.0.0 as well, except for the fact that I can log in in Firefox. I'm at a loss. :-(
QUESTION: yeah it is php 5.0.0. I got my buddy hosting my site to downgrade to php 4.3.8-5 and now i can login fine. STOOPID php5 bug.
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