Ecto Image Upload Resolution?
I’ve posted about this in the past, and so have many others: A lot of us are ecto users, and proud WordPress users.
What do we have to do to get image uploading to work? We’ve tried the ecto forums and it has been pointed out, time and time again, that this is a WP problem. Since ecto uploads fine on other platforms, I really have to ask: is anyone working on this? Apparently it has something to do with the xmlrpc(?) file.
Please, if anyone can fix this, it would be very much appreciated. This has been driving me crazy for a long time.
To answer your questions before you ask:
Yes, the image upload directory in ecto has been set to default.
Yes, I’ve tried it with the full path.
Yes, all my directories and subdirectories which I am uploading to are set to 777.
Yes, it used to work just fine with WP 1.5.
Yes, I have the latest WP installed.
Yes, I’ve tried everything suggested in the forums here. It didn’t work, and it still doesn’t work. It gives me some sort of newmediaobject null() error when I try to upload an image.
Yes, I know what a relative vs. full path is. I’ve tried both.
I love WP. I know it’s free. I know that nobody gets paid squat for coding it up or fixing bugs.
No, I’m not being critical. I’m just wondering: will it get fixed? Yes, I’ve seen a bug report on it in the past but I haven’t seen any resolution on it.
Please let us know. It looks like I’m not the only one frustrated by this. Apparently Marsedit doesn’t work with image uploads either (so I’ve read)? So obviously, if this is the case, it has to be on the WP side. Please, please, don’t tell me to go back to the ecto forum and tell them to fix it. I’ve done that in the past and it was explained, in no uncertain terms, that it is a WP problem. Others have tried as well. Can somebody please look at this?
Thanks for any info, tidbits, help, or fixes. Lots of kudos to you if you do actually fix this problem.
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