Initially I had wordpress installed in a subdirectory at http://www.ywcalancaster.org/wordpress/
And we launched today, pointing a different directory on the web host (where wordpress was installed), to http://ywcalancaster.org
I had inserted a bunch of images into Pages, while logged in as "admin" and while the site was pointing to http://www.ywcalancaster.org/wordperss/ - and my client was logging in with a user ID of his own, which I had set to "administrator" in "Users" but didn't touch User Access Manager.
My client would see the infamous "Red X" in the posts, after inserting the image into the post and attempting to Update. He was never able to see his images in the actual page either.
I was able to upload images as "admin" and insert them into pages, without any problem.I had User Access Manager installed after I installed WordPress, but wasn't really using it's functionality, and I think UAM may have caused the problem I'm describing below:
Tonight after launching, neither I or my client could see any images on the Web site, that were uploaded as part of a Page/Post.
I narrowed this down to one thing. Logged in as Admin to the wp-admin, in the "Media" section I can still see the images listed, and looking at the File URL of each image, it displays something like http://ywcalancaster.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/imagename.jpg - which appears to be the true path of the image.
However on each page in the HTML, the images are referenced as http://ywcalancaster.org/wordpress?getfile=xxx
I have disabled all plugins including User Access Monitor, but to no avail. The HTML remains the same.
Is there some easy way to revise all the HTML Pages to show the image from the true path? I don't know what image names were actually on which pages!
I did try adding a new image after disabling UAM and the image displayed normally in both the Media section and on the actual page.