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  • When I use this plugin to crop/resize the picture and try to save it. It gave me this error “Sorry, the image data submitted is not valid. Please check your PHP Settings.”

    I’m using WP Bakery Pagebuilder

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  • Plugin Author Dev

    (@devadattas)

    @gsandy Please refer to this solution https://wordpress.org/support/topic/saving-does-not-work/page/3/#post-12821378 and see if it works. We have been reported about this error for most users who have misconfigured WordPress HTTPs site URL settings.

    Thread Starter gsandy

    (@gsandy)

    Thanks Dev, for providing me the reference. I’ve checked my SSL setting is working perfectly yet not being able to save the changes using the Wp_paint plugin.

    Force https and SSL working smoothly as per mentioned in your given reference. What kind of PHP settings it is asking for? The exact error is:
    “Sorry, the image data submitted is not valid. Please check your PHP Settings.”

    Kindly help me in that

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by gsandy.
    Plugin Author Dev

    (@devadattas)

    @gsandy You have to ensure the ‘site_url’ option in wp_options is set to the https URL and not the http URL. This should fix the issue with saving.

    Plugin Author Dev

    (@devadattas)

    canetoscano

    (@canetoscano)

    I have the same problem (when saving my editing I get the message “Sorry, the image data submitted is not valid. Please check your PHP Settings).I tried following the suggestions in the topic of the last link @devadattas suggested. But it didn’t solve it.
    Any solution?

    Hello, i’ve the same problem here.
    There is no SSL misconfiguration on this wordpress installation.

    Any way to solve this ?

    • This reply was modified 10 months, 4 weeks ago by nexttrends.

    Hi, i’ve looked further at php settings on my webserver.
    WP Paint works fine when i activate “allow_url_fopen” which leads to security problems.

    Can’t you save images with cURL instead ?

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