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[resolved] Piwigo 2.6.0 and PiwigoPress 2.23 (7 posts)

  1. 3nd0
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    This version of PiwigoPress doesn't seem to be compatible with the version 2.6.0 of Piwigo. I got the following PHP error :

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /[WordPressPATH]/wp-content/plugins/piwigopress/PiwigoPress_code.php on line 62

    I'm using this plug-in to display random pictures of my Piwigo gallery and it was doing fine until Piwigo's update.

    From what I understand, $pictures = $thumbc["result"]["images"]["_content"]; returns NULL (line 61).

    I replaced
    $pictures = $thumbc["result"]["images"]["_content"];
    by
    $pictures = $thumbc["result"]["images"];
    and everything works again nicely :)

  2. Norbert
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks, had the same problem. I can confirm that your fix worked in my installation, too.

    Again, thanks a lot!

    Norbert

  3. aladin64
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Very good tip !
    Thanks
    JM

  4. kelvalok
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks, it works!!!!

  5. AndrzejL
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thank You :). I can confirm the fix still works.

    Cheers.

    Andrzej

  6. 3nd0
    Member
    Posted 11 months ago #

    Happy to hear it's still working.
    Si ça peut aider, j'ai posté la version française des explications sur mon site, ici : http://voleurdephotons.com/blog/2014/07/19/correction-de-piwigopress-v2-23/

  7. Norbert
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 11 months ago #

    For those searching for more complete solutions for WordPress 2.9 etc, I have fixed incompatibilities. Here is the text from another post in a different thread here:
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    I have finally found the time to fix some annoying bugs when using PiwigoPress on WordPress 3.9 (and above). In addition, I have added some features I wanted to have. Here are my changes:

    Fixes
    =====
    * fix for Piwigo 1.6 version (from the forum here)
    * fix for tinyMCE v4 integration (javascript code updated)
    "generate and insert" was broken and only inserted the first image

    Improvements
    ============
    The improvements are all targeting encryption of all sources. One problem is that t the moment, when using PiwigoPress, javascript code, css code are loaded via http:// in any case.
    The other problem is that the URL for the PiwigoServer cannot be specified *without* a protocol and server, in case the piwigo server is on the same host. Now in my case I have the blog in <server>/blog and the piwigo in <server>/piwigo, and I would like PiwigoPress to use "/piwigo" as url and have the proper (currently used) http/https added automatically.

    Both of these things have been fixed in the code, that means, that one can now have the full communication encrypted.

    The patch is available at http://www.preining.info/software/piwigopress.diff

    The changes I made are also available via the gitorious project wp-piwigo, see here: https://gitorious.org/wp-piwigo/wp-piwigo/

    I would happily contribute this to the subversion and upstream.

    Thanks

    Norbert

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