Manage Media Library Page has No Rows (3 posts)

  1. Mediatricks
    Posted 8 years ago #

    I upload images and go to Manage - > Media Library and I see a few rows of images. At the top of the page it says Images (5)

    I add a few more images and return to Manage -> media Library and I see a blank page beneath the image count - Images (9)

    I have checked the database and all the images are there. They are dsiplaying in posts but something seems to be crashing the upload.php page in wp-admin as the rows of images do not display.

    Cannot pin it down to unslashed quote marks in descriptions, or titles. Might be something to do with Exif data??

    I have noticed that the Upload Facility screws up if you try and upload an image with a space in the filename (or a %20)

    Anyone else facing the same. I can't edit or delete my images without going into phpMyAdmin which is REALLY annoying and can't seem to do anything to get my image rows back!

  2. Mediatricks
    Posted 8 years ago #

    UPDATE: It is definitely something to do with the Exif data or metadata. When I emptied the post_meta table of all the refernces to image attachments my Manage Media Library page displays correctly with a row for each image - but the image thumbnails are now blank in each row.

  3. robanna
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I'm having the same issue on three different site all hosted on an IIS Server.
    I've narrowed it down to pdf and mov files. As soon as I add either file type, none of the images show up. If I click on 'Images (9)' then the images show up but if I click on 'Video (1)' or 'pdf (1)' I get nothing.

    The _postmeta wp_post_metadata for the mov and pdf files is a:0:{}
    Compare that to a jpg

    a:5:{s:5:"width";i:440;s:6:"height";i:215;s:14:"hwstring_small";s:23:"height='62' width='128'";s:4:"file";s:66:"C:\xxxx\root\fish/wp-content/uploads/2008/03/apexprdlogo.jpg";s:5:"thumb";s:25:"apexprdlogo.thumbnail.jpg";}

    If I access the Media Library through the Manage>Posts>Add Media it all works as it should.

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