Support » Fixing WordPress » No way to upload images when in edit post!

  • maisdesign

    (@downloadtaky)


    Hi to all, I’ve just upgraded to Wp 3.3, as a good boy I did a Backup, disabled all the plugins and started the upgrade, everything ok nice stuff…
    Then I tryied to create a new post and I clicked on the media button on top of post editor (as I always did), screen became darker (like lightbox effects) and it stops there, nothing more happens…
    Then I tryied to go to Media->Add new and there drag and drop works….
    So now I’m asking you what could be the issue?
    I’m using Chrome.

    P.S.
    I thought that the problem could be my custom template (it uses a lot of custom fields) so I disabled also it and tryied Twenty-Ten but even with Twenty-Ten no way to upload anything…(Even Twenty-Eleven didn’t help!)
    I tryied to Drag-n-Drop a small image while I was in ‘Post writing’ mode but, it opens my local image C:\…. and doesn’t upload anything.
    Any help will be really appreciated!

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  • nozz

    (@nozz)

    I have the same problem. HELP!

    idav962

    (@idav962)

    Same problem here.

    Using OSX Lion and cannot upload images using any of the uploaders….

    Problem occurred in both Chrome 15.0.874.121 and Firefox 8.0.1.

    nozz

    (@nozz)

    I think I have fixed it!
    Just rebuild the gzip compression file for /wp-includes/js/thickbox/thickbox.css!

    tachelledaniels

    (@tachelledaniels)

    Same Problem! Anyone figure it out?

    lancebutler

    (@lancebutler)

    I don’t know if this will help anyone else, but after I upgraded I had a similar problem. I realized I had an older version of jquery registered (and registered in admin screens by mistake) using wp_register_script.

    Maybe try making sure WordPress 3.3 admin screens are enqueuing the new jquery version. Look at your page source code at the media->add new page. I have no idea what the minimum version of jquery needed for media upload is, nor if it makes a difference. I just know I was using a slightly older one and upload wouldn’t work until I let WordPress us its own jquery.

    here’s hoping it helps someone

    rockavelii

    (@rockavelii)

    Hey Lance, thanks for the advice. I disabeled the old jquery file in my main folder and everything seems to be working for me now in terms of the images.

    deepeshmd

    (@deepeshmd)

    Hi Lance,
    Could you help us with the specifics like what version you replaced with?and which file?

    lancebutler

    (@lancebutler)

    Sure, but again I don’t know how (or if) any of this makes a difference. I haven’t attempted to find if there is a minimum jquery version needed for the new features in wordrpess 3.3. I’m sure someone out there could help.

    Originally I accidentally registered jquery (on admin pages) as google’s hosted:

    https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.6.3/jquery.min.js

    I was getting similar errors as posted above.

    WordPress 3.3 comes packed with jquery 1.7.1.

    I was using wp_deregister_script(‘jquery’) in my functions.php file, and then using wp_register_script to use the above google hosted jquery. Only I accidentally did this for admin pages, too.

    If this thread doesn’t help you, as always, also try deactivating all your plugins first.

    maisdesign

    (@downloadtaky)

    In my case it is ‘self-resolved’, maybe it was only a server cache error because on this domain I’m running Varnish and not on other installations that are on the same server.

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