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  • Good day,

    I have a multi site (no plugins). When I create a subdomain, everything populates just fine, yet when I go into media, all the pictures are there (kind of) they show broken image links. When I add any new media directly from my computer into the new subdomain library, I get a broken link. I’ve been on the phone with tech support from my hosting for a total of 4 hours on this issue and they have yet to figure it out.

    Why are the images not translating or being filed in the proper structure?

    Kindest Regard,

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  • Moderator Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)


    🏳️‍🌈 Halfelf Rogue & Plugin Review Team Rep

    What’s the URL the media’s pointing at?

    not sure if you mean the entire folder or just the individual images.
    in my Subdomain, one of the image links is as follows.

    This is a picture that is stored on the main domain media library. When I create a new site all of the images that were on the main domain show up as they are suppose to yet with broken links in the media directory. When I add new media into the subdomain library i get the broken link image…

    Any Ideas?

    the Upload path in that subdomains settings reads:
    wp-content/blogs.dir/24/files Not sure if that is an issue…

    if you go to the site you will see a “4” column slider. Three of the columns have pictures. These are the pictures that we reduplicated from the Main site

    You will see that the first Picture in the four part series has a broken image link. There was a working picture there but i replaced it with the relevant image for that site. And this is what im getting.

    Even when I switch themes and try the process again I get the same errors. Although when I pull images from another URL that is working, the picture populates fine.

    Thanks for any help Mika-

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