Support » Plugin: EWWW Image Optimizer » Plugin causing HTTP Error on image upload

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  • Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    @nosilver

    > If you need help, I need proper information to help you.
    – I am giving the information that I have at the moment. I can provide more info if the developer needs.

    > DO NOT hijack another thread, always start your own, even if you think you are having the same problem as someone else.
    – Created a new thread.

    > DO these three things:
    > 1. Upgrade to the latest version of the plugin.
    – Running the latest version.
    > 2. Be descriptive, include any error messages you see, and provide as much detail as possible.
    – Gave as much info I have in addition to a screenshot (http://imgur.com/BOaMB8h).
    > 3. On the plugin Settings page, click the Debug link, and include >the Plugin Status and Debug info sections.
    – That I can do now, as that’s what devel needs.

    @nosilver – ah I did not know you were the plugin author. First I must thank you for this great plugin and making it open source/free software. I am digging the issue and if there is anything more I can do to fine the problem I would love to.

    Once again thanks for the plugin, keep up the great free software work 🙂

    Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    As mentioned in the ‘important: read before posting’, please turn on the debugging option and post the output on pastebin.com
    Also, please copy and paste the plugin status from the plugin settings page.

    Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    see if the issue is fixed with 1.7.0

    The problem persis with 1.7.1 update.

    Here is pastbin

    http://pastebin.com/AgS8G5GY

    Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    Can you also paste the plugin status section from the options page?

    Plugin Status

    If updated versions are available below, you may need to enable write permission on the wp-content/ewww folder to use the automatic installs.
    *Updates are optional, but may contain increased optimization or security patches
    jpegtran: OK version: Independent JPEG Group’s JPEGTRAN, version 9 13-Jan-2013
    optipng: OK version: OptiPNG version 0.7.4
    gifsicle: OK version: LCDF Gifsicle 1.70
    Graphics libraries – only need one, used for conversion, not optimization: GD: OK   Imagemagick ‘convert’: MISSING
    safe mode: Off  exec(): OK  
    Only need one of these: finfo: MISSING  getimagesize(): OK  mime_content_type(): MISSING

    Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    Do you have a debug.log file in the plugin folder (plugins/ewww-image-optimizer/)? If so, delete it, upload one image, then paste the contents of the debug.log file on pastebin.com

    Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    Hmm, that all looks normal, nothing out of place that I can see.

    1. How large is the png file you are uploading?
    2. What level do you have optipng set to on the settings page?

    Plugin Author nosilver4u

    (@nosilver4u)

    Also, are you uploading to the media library, or a different plugin?
    Check your server logs for anything that shows up when you try to upload a new image. If you don’t know where those are, ask your webhost.

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