HTTP error (6 posts)

  1. FormingCircles
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hello :)

    I need urgent help please. I've been in touch with our developer and our site's host who both claim they cannot fix the problem. Up until a few days ago all was ok but now I am having continual trouble in uploading feature images to our posts. I am not able to access the library (although they are there) let alone upload images and it keeps giving a HTTP error message.
    Our host (Netregistry) says by researching that it is a coding and model rewrite issue.
    We have newsletters to go out today and I've been working on trying to fix for 24 hrs.

    Thank you :)

  2. catacaustic
    very awesome
    Posted 1 year ago #

    What's the URL of your site?

    Netregistry could easily be right as I've sene them be pretty good in the past, but without seeing what the actual error is, it's impossible to say.

  3. FormingCircles
    Posted 1 year ago #

    the site is - http://www.formingcircles.com.au/ although that probably wont show you the error.

    I wish I could upload a screenshot of the error. The message is in red as says 'HTTP error'- no images at all display in the menu of post uploading or library.

  4. catacaustic
    very awesome
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I'm seeing the site fine as well as all of the images on it.

    You can upload a screenshot to any of the image hosting service saround (there's a lot of free ones) to show what you're seeing, but at this point it doesn't look like there's a problem from here. The only thing that's an issue is some JavaScript and 404 errors coming from a quotes rotator plugin that you're using. If nothing else I'd suggest de-activiting that and seeing it it makes a difference.

  5. FormingCircles
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Ok I was able to get a screenshot and will take note of the plugin you said - thanks for trying to help. I really need to get this fixed URGENTLY and I keep meeting dead ends :(


  6. roiabrazaldo
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Error is in the specs of your host, uploading image takes memory for image process to produce thumb, medium, large sizes of the image. but the host cannot accommodate such process.

    I have the same experience with this, I got 2 domains which A is low specs and B is high spec,

    Everything work fine in B, but in A it gives me HTTP Error when uploading images.

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