1. willandmae
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I enjoy this plugin and my users on a support group site I run so I so wanted to install it for my Son's Site (http://josephstory.org) and his blog is http://josephstory.org/jjblog/ Everything installed just fine and set it up like I did the one on the other site. Both now are extremely much the same but with 2 different support groups. My Son was born with CHD-Congenital Heart Defect and has had 2 open heart surgeries and just now turning to the age of 2. Nevertheless, when i run the plugin it cannot find the images. I tried everything, from changing it to the full http path and still no luck. It should just be simply the default as I set up the other site.

    The game page can be found at this link: http://joseph.heavenboundministry.com/jjblog/memory-match-game/ Funny Thing is everything seems to be working, you can guess and finally hit the right two matches and finally win--just the images don't show.

    Would love to get it working. Could it be because I have it in a directory off the sub-domain? This seemed the best bet when I started up the site because I was using phpbb and wordpress and wp-united to bring the two together. Which worked fantastically but wp-united seems to not be supported much anymore or updated. So I switched everything over to buddypress and bbpress but it still resides in a directory off the sub-domain jjblog. Thanks for any help and an awesome plugin.

    I tried the other games relying on the images as well, and they behave the same way. No Images all besides the wordsearch plugin another awesome plugin!



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