Support » Plugin: New Nine Adaptive Images » How To Make This Plugin Work (Tutorial)

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    This is a post for anyone having hard time configuring this plugin.

    1. Add RewriteEngine On before their “Adaptive Images .htaccess” code shown in Media Settings.

    2. Add your Home Directory and any subfolder(s) before wp-content/uploads
    You can find your Home Directory and subfolder(s) through Cpanel. After you have added them, your path would look something like this: /home/your-user-name/public_html/wp-content/uploads

    Therefore, the whole code you need to paste to .htaccess would look like:

    RewriteEngine On
    RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} /home/your-user-name/public_html/wp-content/uploads
    RewriteRule \.(?:jpe?g|gif|png)$ wp-content/plugins/new-nine-adaptive-images/adaptive-images.php [L]

    DISCLOSURE: I am not a developer of this plugin nor am I in any way associated with him. I have just ran into the problem with this plugin and found a solution.

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  • Hmmm, I’m trying to do this and no matter what I enter into my PHP (whether permalinks are enabled or disabled), I just get a general error on my server. Any ideas what’s going on here?

    PS – I don’t get errors when I run this on localhost, but it doesn’t seem to have any affect on the front-end either. I do see that the cached images are being created for 1200 size, but can’t seem to see any different images being loaded when I inspect the code. Thoughts?

    Did you set the breakpoints in Media Settings?

    Yep. There set. I’ve tried a few different combos as well.

    I am having the same problem as McGuive – no matter where I place it in the .htaccess I get an internal server error – any solution?

    Nothing – I gave up on it. Sorry Lucie!

    Any word devs?

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