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  • I am having this as well. On the test site hosted by fat cow it works perfectly but on the live site it generates the error message – Warning: getimagesize() [function.getimagesize]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration in /homepages/28/d387438888/htdocs/cumberland/wp-content/plugins/responsive-image-widget/responsive_image_widget.php on line 98

    Warning: getimagesize(http://www.cumberlandarms.co.uk/cumberland/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/wifi.png) [function.getimagesize]: failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /homepages/28/d387438888/htdocs/cumberland/wp-content/plugins/responsive-image-widget/responsive_image_widget.php on line 98

    Warning: Division by zero in /homepages/28/d387438888/htdocs/cumberland/wp-content/plugins/responsive-image-widget/responsive_image_widget.php on line 99

    if i move the image to the root and enter the url as just the filename I get the image but no control over it’s size. any ideas?

    Live site hosted by 1 and 1

    Plugin Author benarobinson

    @benarobinson

    I’ll look into it, thanks for letting me know. Might be a PHP version issue.

    Plugin Author benarobinson

    @benarobinson

    Plugin Author benarobinson

    @benarobinson

    It’s a PHP permissions issue for the image size function, 1and1 is not letting that function run (the function gets the height and width of the image). Try what they suggest at that link above:

    Basically, you just create a text file with a filename of “php.ini” and save it in the main directory of your WordPress install. And its content should have the following:

    allow_url_fopen = ON

    So, make a text file in notepad, put that single line and save it as php.ini, then put it in your WordPress install folder (probably httpdocs or public_html).

    Plugin Author benarobinson

    @benarobinson

    PS: The solution above is a workaround that will probably work, but I’ll try to get a better solution built into the plugin in future updates.

    Plugin Author benarobinson

    @benarobinson

    Also, I think this issue may be solved by using local rather than remote files.

    In other words, you should upload your file to your own media library rather than using a file hosted by someone else (in the case that your server gives you this error.)

    Again, I will post an update in the future which will avoid reliance on this function, but the best practice is always to use a local rather a remote file for other reasons too — a remote file hosted by someone else might be taken down!

    Hi I’m getting the same error, it was working perfectly fine yesterday!
    I tried using the php.ini file but with no luck
    Thought I would let you know
    Thanks
    Rusty

    Warning: getimagesize() [function.getimagesize]: URL file-access is disabled in the server configuration in /home/c*******/public_html/word/wp-content/plugins/responsive-image-widget/responsive_image_widget.php on line98

    Warning: getimagesize(http://word.c*****************.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/Beauty-01-Photographer-J****-*****.jpg) [function.getimagesize]: failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in/home/creation/public_html/word/wp-content/plugins/responsive-image-widget/responsive_image_widget.php on line98

    Warning: Division by zero in/home/c******/public_html/word/wp-content/plugins/responsive-image-widget/responsive_image_widget.php on line99

    Plugin Author benarobinson

    @benarobinson

    Hi Rustywood,

    Is your image hosted locally on your own site, or somewhere else? Did you change images at all before the message? Let me know on those two things.

    I believe that the issue is caused by the permissions at a server level regarding the execution of the getimagesize() function in PHP, so it could be something that your host changed recently. Who is your host?

    Let me know and I’ll see if I can track it down and give you another workaround, I think I may need to use CURL to convert remove URLs to local ones to fix this in the next update.

    You can email me personally at ben@keokee.com with your URL and I might be able to look at it more directly — I realize you may not want to share that with the general public yet.

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