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[Resolved] Absolute URL and links not working

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  • Andrea Rennick


    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    Hey Andrea – thanks for the quick response. I have actually solved the TimThumb problem with referring to the files properly.

    It isn’t TimThumb I’m having a problem with – but rather pointing to ANY custom PHP file. TimThumb is just one example.

    You’ll notice that, in my post above, the link to timthumb doesn’t have a following image in a URL variable – because it hasn’t even got that far. I could call the file “helloworld.php” and put nothing in the file. It still won’t show it.

    It doesn’t think there is a PHP file sitting there called thumb.php. It’s triggering a 404 error which tells me it must be a permission issue of some kind…

    What that issue is I’m still trying to figure out. Thanks!

    Doh! I figured it out. My permissions on the blogs.dir folder were set to 777 instead of 755. I should have checked that right away…

    Fixed now – thanks again.

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