Support » Plugin: === WP Fron-end File Manager » [Plugin: Nmedia Users File Uploader Plugin] Didn't work for me

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  • Plugin Author nmedia

    (@nmedia)

    Can you please share the link with my uploader plugin installed? I think it could be due to jquery.

    regards,
    Najeeb

    Sorry, no. I don’t have it installed anywhere now because it wasn’t working for me.

    Plugin Author nmedia

    (@nmedia)

    Ok, if you have chance to use my plugin and face same problem, please let me know at my email ceo at najeebmedia.com, I will fix on spot.

    But I am sure new version has fixed it.

    Sorry to hijack this post, but since you’ve replied..

    Does this uploader, upload to the site ftp? if so, does it create a folder for these files? I tried searching through my ftp and didn’t find anything after successfully uploading a file..

    I am also getting this error above my uploader:

    Warning: mkdir() [function.mkdir]: No such file or directory in /EditedSiteLink/wp-content/plugins/nmedia-user-file-uploader/nm_fileuploader.php on line 88

    Thank you for your assistance

    Nevermind, I figured out the issue.

    The plugin did not install a “user_uploads” folder for the uploads to be saved in – fixed my issue and answered my question 🙂

    Well.. nevermind, it just fixed the coding issue above the uploader… the files I try to upload don’t show up anywhere in my FTP and I it says page can not be found when I try to download the file it just uploaded.. any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

    Plugin Author nmedia

    (@nmedia)

    hi,

    make sure you have directory persmission set to 777 for ‘user_upload’

    regards,
    Najeeb

    Yes I’ve made sure I can write to the user_upload folder. It still doesn’t show up when I try to upload something.

    Will this upload plugin work with a php5.initial file? Or does it have to be php.initial? Or does it matter?

    Thanks!

    It does create a User Folder when I try to upload, but the folder itself comes up empty? Not sure why it’s not saving the files I try to upload..

    Plugin Author nmedia

    (@nmedia)

    Well it seems there is problem with your server side permissions. please check these setting again.

    I’ve double checked the settings and they seem correct. I went ahead and uninstalled the plugin, deleted the files and deleted the users_upload folder I manually created.

    Went ahead and reinstalled, and it gives me the error again above the upload widget:
    Warning: mkdir() [function.mkdir]: No such file or directory in /home/content/mysitelink/wp-content/plugins/nmedia-user-file-uploader/nm_fileuploader.php on line 88

    There seems to be a problem being able to create this folder for some reason. I have set the whole wp-content folder as writable within GoDaddy to see if it would solve the issue without any luck.

    I’ve looked into it further, the users_upload file is writable, however, any user folder it creates within that folder is not set to be writable. It will create the folder, but there will be nothing inside the folder…

    could this be the issue why nothing is in these folders? Because the folder is not initially writable?

    However, even when I manually set it to be writable and try to upload again, the folder is still empty..

    Plugin Author nmedia

    (@nmedia)

    ok please send me site access info at ceo@najeebmedia.com

    It looks really cool… but any file bigger than a meg or two uploads to 100%, the gives a HTTP error.
    Another file (4.5 megs) uploaded, shows complete, but never appeared on my ftp. If I try to download from the web interface, it says ‘not found’.

    Plugin Author nmedia

    (@nmedia)

    Hi,

    it is due to your php.ini file upload size limitation, please increase your file upload size from php.ini, it will work.

    regards,
    Najeeb

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