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[Resolved] [Plugin: Connections] TimThumb error has occured

  • In my Connections > Manage admin, thumbnails are not showing up. What I’m seeing is the spinning wheel and a small broken image icon. When I right-click on the thumbnail, grab the URL and paste it into a browser, I get this error:

    A TimThumb error has occured

    The following error(s) occured:
    Could not find the internal image you specified.

    Query String : src=http://mysite.com/site1/wp-content/connection_images/pam_b_original.jpg&h=54&w=80&zc=2
    TimThumb version : 2.8.10

    In Connections, I’ve tried setting timthumb.php to 757, but no luck.

    Folder permissions look good:

    Image Path Exists: Yes
    Image Path Writeable: Yes
    Template Path Exists: Yes
    Template Path Writeable: Yes
    Cache Path Exists: Yes
    Cache Path Writeable: Yes

    Thanks for any suggestions.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/connections/

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  • I also get the spinning wheel as well. I tried modding folder permissions, and enabling multi-site code around line 200 in connections.php, but nothing worked, so I just decided to put display:none; in the cn-image code in cn-admin.css. A hidden image is better than a broken one.

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    @moose123

    What is the output if you use URL?

    http://mysite.com/site1/wp-content/connection_images/pam_b_original.jpg

    Do you see the image?

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    Marking resolved.

    care to elaborate ?

    Steven,

    Sorry for the lengthy delay in getting back to you. Yes, if I output:

    http://mysite.com/site1/wp-content/connection_images/pam_b_original.jpg

    I do see the image.

    But, still not seeing the thumbnail or the image on the page.

    Thanks.

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    @daxtrajero

    I marked the issue as resolved because it was an old support request… not because it was it was resolved for the op.

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    Marking not resolved. New info provided.

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    @moose123

    The primary reasons that images will not display are as follows:

    98% of the time it is an error in the javascript in the theme or another plugin which is causing javascript from continuing to execute. To see if this might be the issue, load the site up in Chrome, hit the F12 key and then click the Console tab. All javascript errors will be shown there.

    1% and greater of the time, it is a permissions error, but I believe that has been ruled out in this case.

    The remaining less than one percent of the time is still permissions error that seem to be unresolvable. However, I think the issue is because TimThumb can not determine the doc root. I think this is because of the way the IIS server is configured. I have not seen this issue on LAMP stack based servers. Since I will be moving away from TimThumb I’m not actively seeking the root cause and resolution.

    Steven,

    My JS console is telling me – on each thumbnail on the admin side:

    Failed to load resource: the server responded with a status of 400 (Bad Request)

    Console showing nothing for the missing images on the actual page.

    But, clearly a server issue.

    Thanks for helping.

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    Sounds like a permissions issue.

    Just want to make sure I’ve got the correct perms on plugin’s timthumb stuff. Does this look right?

    drwxr-xr-x 2 wordpress wordpress   4096 Jun  7 09:38 timthumb

    …and…

    -rw-r--r-- 1 wordpress wordpress   251 Jun  7 09:38 timthumb-config.php
    -rwxr-xr-x 1 wordpress wordpress 50516 Jun  7 09:38 timthumb.php

    Thanks again.

    A TimThumb error has occured

    The following error(s) occured:
    No image specified

    Query String : src=/&h=560&w=560&zc=1&q=90&a=t
    TimThumb version : 2.8.5

    i Got this error, only the image is not showing .

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    @anandbala

    Can you please share a link to your directory?

    Same issue here. After I did the TimThimb security updates, Connections caused WP to crash. I removed it from the plugin directory and all is well. It’s a bug caused by TimThumb updates.

    Plugin Author shazahm1

    @shazahm1hotmailcom

    @brancht

    Connections already and has always shipped with the secure version of TimThumb. Even more, the attack vector used in the attack well over a year ago is disable in the version that ships with Connections. Please do not use scripts that “updates” TimThumb on Connections.

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