• Hi, I was wondering if there is a way to make this plugin work with Bedrock, since I’m moving my projects to work with it.
    My problem is that many paths in NextGen Gallery are trying to get absolute paths that don’t exist, thus the css and js files the plugin request are returning 404 because they try load http://<domain name>/home/<account name>/public_html/<domain folder>/shared/web/app/plugins/nextgen-gallery instead of the real location of the file in http://<domain name>/<domain folrder>/shared/web/app/plugins/nextgen-gallery/
    Furthermore, the galleries are not saved in the content folder which in Bedrock is located the apps folder. NextGen creates the gallery within the WordPress folder instead, which is not the desired setup.
    Is there anything I need to configure to make it work? All other plugins, and even older versions of the plugin before the big 2 update work.

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/nextgen-gallery/

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  • Plugin Author photocrati

    (@photocrati)

    @theyahzee – I’m not familiar with “Bedrock” so I honestly cannot say although I will note this topic for one of our developers to review.

    Thanks!

    – Cais.

    Plugin Author photocrati

    (@photocrati)

    Just a quick follow-up … currently we are incompatible with “Bedrock”. We could be easily but it would break compatibiliity with PHP 5.2 which is not currently an option for us since that is the minimum requirement for WordPress core itself and that is much more important for us to continue supporting.

    Thanks, again … and our apologies for any inconveniences.

    – Cais.

    Is this supported yet?

    Plugin Author photocrati

    (@photocrati)

    @mymediamagnet – Although we generally recommend starting a new topic for your own purposes as it is WordPress still has a minimum requirement of PHP 5.2 and until that changes we do not expect to be compatible with “Bedrock”

    – Cais.

    I need support for bedrock as well.

    @photocrati Why would you support a PHP version that has reached end of life a long time ago. PHP 5.2 is really old and reached end of life almost 5 years ago. From the WordPress documentation:

    “Note: If you are in a legacy environment where you only have older PHP or MySQL versions, WordPress also works with PHP 5.2.4+ and MySQL 5.0+, but these versions have reached official End Of Life and as such may expose your site to security vulnerabilities.”

    In my opinion, this means WordPress should work with PHP 5.2 but isn’t fully supported.

    Plugin Author photocrati

    (@photocrati)

    @cmckni3 – It would still be best to start your own topic so we can try to help you with your specific issue on your specific site/environment.

    See http://codex.wordpress.org/Forum_Welcome#Where_To_Post

    As it is, we still do not have formal support for “bedrock” although we are looking at possibly raising the minimum versions we will continue to support in PHP and MySQL.

    If those are versions are raised sufficiently then we would be more than happy to consider a Feature Request to support bedrock on this page: http://nextgen-gallery.com/feature-voting/ … this may also be the best way to influence our considerations on raising those minimum versions as well.

    Thanks!

    – Cais.

    @photocrati – That’s ok. I just switched the galleries to use WordPress Gallery.

    Plugin Author photocrati

    (@photocrati)

    Thanks for the update.

    – Cais.

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