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  • All my wordpress [gallery] images in posts now have the code width=”0″ height=”0″

    Relevant Plugins are photojar and thickbox, both up to date. When I deactivate photojar the images come back but they aren’t thumbnails. But I can’t see how these would write those values into posts now ?!

    See gallery at the end of for example… what the Dickens is occurring?

    Something seems to be happening with the default image size – when I go to ‘add media’ – 0 x 0 – yet I’ve gone into the media manager and checked and saved default size settings
    Screen grab:

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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    Some plugins are known to cause problem in WP 2.8. Sounds like 1, or both, of those plugins may be amongst that group.

    Thanks Esmi

    It was podpress that was causing this – the second time in a year that it’s brought my site to a standsteill – it’s a really annoying plugin and conflicts with code for thumbnails somehow.

    Glad to find the cuplrit anyway! The usual – discable all plugins and reactivate one by one til you catch it out.


    Did you find a workaround for this issue. I would like to upgrade to WP 2.8 but I use podpress 8.8.1 with several bugfixes added. What version of podpress caused this?


    Anyone find a work around for this? I just upgraded, and now am not sure I want to hassle with the downgrade. Thoughts?

    Yeah we’re experiencing this problem as well. Any help would be great!

    If you open up plugins/podpress/podpress.php, and remove the following two lines:

    add_filter('get_attached_file', 'podPress_get_attached_file');
    add_filter('wp_get_attachment_metadata', 'podPress_wp_get_attachment_metadata');

    Then the image resizing problem should go away.



    MISTERPIB! you just saved the day and all the podcasts on this site ! thank you!!!

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