Until now I had NextGEN Gallery Optimizer, working fine. I purchased and installed Optimizer Professional, and tried the [singlepic] shortcode.
It doesn't work for me. Gallery shortcode works fine, but if I use, for example:
[singlepic id=484 w=320 h=240 float=]
I can see a link with the image title, but not the image itself. The link works fine, if I click on it then Fancybox loads the image perfectly. The only thing I'm missing is the thumbnail.
The source code generated for the image is this (sorry, I had to add a + between & and amp; because otherwise the forum system shows only the &):
<a href="http://www.emsirinx.com/eve/wp-content/gallery/2/11-08-2012/dia11-63.jpg" title="Concierto de profesores en Soncillo" class="myfancybox" rel="singlepic484" > <img class="ngg-singlepic" src="http://www.emsirinx.com/eve/index.php&+amp;callback=image&pid=484&+amp;width=320&+amp;height=240&+amp;mode=" alt="Concierto de profesores en Soncillo" title="Concierto de profesores en Soncillo" /> </a>
I tried loading
http://www.emsirinx.com/eve/wp-content/gallery/2/11-08-2012/dia11-63.jpg, and works fine, but when I try
http://www.emsirinx.com/eve/index.php&+amp;callback=image&+amp;pid=484&+amp;width=320&+amp;height=240&+amp;mode= it doesn't work.
If I try to visit the link directly I get a blank page. If I change every
& I get an error (with Firefox: the image cannot be displayed because it contains errors, with iExplorer or Chrome I just get a broken image icon). If I use Firefox Debugger I guess WordPress is trying to send the image, because I can see something like this (I'll copy just two lines):
ÿØÿàJFIFÿþ<CREATOR: gd-jpeg v1.0 (using IJG JPEG v62), quality = 100 ÿÛCÿÛCÿÀÖ@"ÿÄ
Wich seems to be raw jpeg data, but I don't know why the browser can't display it.
I'm using WordPress 3.5.1 multisite, last version of both NextGEN Gallery, and Optimizer Pro. If I insert a Gallery or Album everything works fine. If I insert a single image using the "Add media" button, I can look the image up and insert it perfectly, but only a tiny thumbnail or the full image, that's why I'm trying with [singlepic] shortcode.