Support » Plugin: Microsoft Azure Storage for WordPress » incorrect path stored in metadata

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  • Plugin Author Ritesh Patel

    (@ritteshpatel)

    Hi @nosilver4u

    We have released a new update of the plugin (version 4.0.1) which fixes this issue. Can you check and let us know if you still face the issue?

    Regards,
    Ritesh

    looks good, ran a test on a few images, optimized them with EWWW IO, and no broken links!

    Plugin Author Ritesh Patel

    (@ritteshpatel)

    Thanks @nosilver4u, we are making this as resolved, please let us know if you face any other issue.

    Regards,
    Ritesh

    Hi Ritesh,

    @nosilver4u opened this ticket because of me. Although it seems to be working fine for them, I cannot fully confirm the issue is fixed.

    I do not experience any issues when I use the media uploader in the Media -> Add new page. But I do have issues when I press ‘Set featured image’ or ‘Add media’ buttons on the Post Edit screen.

    Both EWWW IO and Azure plugin are of latest versions (wordpress version is 4.7.1)

    Can you try and reproduce it, please?

    Ah, forgot to say what the issue is 🙂

    The issue is that the files do not get uploaded to Azure if I use ‘Set featured image’ or WYSIWYG’s Add media button. They return 404s.

    However if I go to the Media page and try it from there, everything works well.

    Some additional info is that I deactivated EWWW IO and still couldn’t insert an image into a post, which leads me to believe it’s not a plugin conflict, but seems like an issue with Azure Storage for WordPress

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