Support » Plugin: ImageInject » pixabay error: No content could be found.

  • linearwhiz

    (@linearwhiz)


    Hi there,

    Thanks for this great Plugin , I have just installed it on a GoDaddy managed word press hosting , and I keep getting this error for each and every search :-

    pixabay error: No content could be found.

    Flickr is working perfectly but pixabay is not working at all to be honest , I saw some one else has recently raised this issue and you advised that the keyword search didn’t return a result in Pixabay but we searched for soo many simple keywords and the last one was “baby”.

    Let me know if we’re missing something ?

    cheers

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-inject/

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  • Plugin Author Thomas Hoefter

    (@thoefter)

    Hi,

    sorry for the slow response. Pixabay is working fine for me and others, so the most likely reason I could think of would be that the connection to their API gets blocked on your server. Security settings or a firewall could for example block certain outgoing connections.

    Can you please go to the following URL (adjusted for your site) and see if results are shown there:

    YOURSITE.com/wp-admin/options-general.php?page=wpdf-options&test=1

    Also worth a try would be to disable all your other plugins temporarily just to make sure there is no conflict.

    donmcleman

    (@donmcleman)

    Hi, Pixabay hasn’t been working lately for me either. It did originally, so not sure what’s changed. Going to that URL just gives me the options page, should I be seeing other results?

    I haven’t had a chance to disable the other plugins yet.

    I’ll do a separate post as I have another issue.

    Donald

    linearwhiz

    (@linearwhiz)

    Hi Thomas,

    I just updated my Plugin to the latest on ( @ 9 :30 am GMT on the 24th July ) and that has fixed my issues with Pixabay.

    Thank you for your effort and for making our lives easier.

    Plugin Author Thomas Hoefter

    (@thoefter)

    Interesting linearwhiz, there were actually no changes at all to Pixabay in the last update. donmcleman did you have a similar experience or is Pixabay still not working?

    Hi, I still don’t have Pixabay however I’m looking at some javascript conflicts – I’ll get back to you with an update in the next day or so.

    I am getting the same error with the latest plugin version, freshly installed.

    At first I was getting “pixabay error: cUrl not installed on server.” Then I ran the following:

    1. sudo apt-get install curl (result: curl is already the newest version)
    2. sudo apt-get install php5-curl (result: 1 newly installed)
    3. sudo service apache2 restart (result: Restarting web server apache2)

    Now I’m getting the “no content could be found” error.

    This is on a fresh WordPress 3.9.2 install on Ubuntu 14.04 x64.

    Thanks in advance for your help resolving the error!

    Hi, Trebormf, I still haven’t fixed my problem. I haven’t fully explored the possibility of JavaScript conflicts, so I can’t rule that out.

    Where does your error message appear?

    Plugin Author Thomas Hoefter

    (@thoefter)

    If Flickr is working for you then this is unlikely to be related to a Javascript conflict.

    Pixabay seems to be working fine for most people though including myself and I could not replicate these errors yet. Could either of you send me a login to your blog so that I can invesigate there directly? You can use the contact form on my site to do so.

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