1. astroneo
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I do a test in locahost with wordpress 3.3.2 and your plugin Image Pro,
    and when i edit a page in backend, the meta box "available images" doesn't display the thumbnail images , I only see the titles of the images.

    Can you help on that please thanks.


  2. mihaivalentin
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #


    - Do you have GD PHP extension installed (an extension for manipulating images)?
    - Do you get any errors? (check Apache/PHP's error logs)


  3. aestrada
    Posted 3 years ago #

    We do have the GD PHP extension, and no errors are showing. and the thumbnails don't display.
    any help is appreciated.

  4. mihaivalentin
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #


    Could you please post the error log for php and apache immediately after using this plugin?

  5. steveb123
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I am running WP 3.5 on a localhost using XAMPP 1.81 which gives me Apache 2.4.3 + MySQL 5.5.27 (Community Server) + PHP 5.4.7 (VC9 X86 32bit thread safe) + PEAR + phpMyAdmin
    I too cannot see any thumbnails although they are there as by selecting their titles I can open and edit. I cannot drag them into the post. The error log is as follows
    INFO --> When loading post id = 4, 0 thumbnails where found
    2013-01-23 18:43:04 - INFO --> When loading post id = 4, 0 thumbnails where found
    2013-01-23 18:44:53 - INFO --> New file uploaded. Name: C:\xampp\htdocs\wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Aucuba-Japonica.jpg URL: Attachment ID: 8
    I have no problems with this plug-in when running it on a live site.
    Any thoughts appreciated

  6. mihaivalentin
    Plugin Author

    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hi Steve,

    This seems to be a phpThumb issue (a script I'm using for thumbnails rendering inside my plugin).

    I intend to change phpThumb with TimThumb in the near future. Currently phpThumb gives a lot of warnings on PHP5.4. To disable them, go to \wp-content\plugins\image-pro\src\thumb\phpThumb.php, line 20 and replace

    ini_set('display_errors', '1');


    ini_set('display_errors', '0');

    and reload the post page.

    You should be able to view the thumbnails now.

    Let me know if that worked for you.


  7. steveb123
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Brilliant..it works perfectly.

    I have also managed to get it to work with Highslide albeit in a bit of a work around.

    By deactivating Image Pro after I have the resized image in place I can revert to the standard image manipulation in wordpress and link the resized image to the url of the original full size image and then add the highslide link in advanced settings.

    There may well be another shorter method...but at least I have everything functioning as I want.

    Many, Many thanks for your plugin and support

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