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[Plugin: W3 Total Cache] CDN Issues with PhotoQ plugin

  • PhotoQ has recently been updated to v2 (still in beta!) and now integrates with WordPress Media Library correctly now. The problem is that when W3TC uploads the media library its getting the wrong file paths.
    Example:

    wp-content/uploads/photoq-image.jpg Source file not found
    wp-content/uploads/2010/09/wordpress-image-300×225.gif Object already exists
    wp-content/uploads/2010/09/wordpress-image-150×150.gif Object already exists
    wp-content/uploads/2010/09/wordpress-image.gif Object already exists

    The photoq file path should be (and is shown correctly in wordpress) as:
    /wp-content/uploads/original/2010_10/photoq-image.jpg

    Is this problem because PhotoQ still keeps the image outside the normal WordPress image path, or something simpler?

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  • Which version of W3TC you are currently using? Latest version on 1st Nov 2010 will be 0.9.1.3.

    Version 0.9.1.3

    I have the same issue but i am not using any other photo plugin, nothing in uploads root directory of images gets uploaded to CDN. I have an images directory in uploads, uploads/images and w3 knows of the image names but does not have the location correct.

    This is the same for the theme files and wp-includes.

    The W3 Total Cache upload shows this, wp-content/uploads/fun_image26.jpg Source file not found, when the file really resides in, wp-content/uploads/images/fun_image26.jpg

    So it is stripping the images directory. I also checked the wp_postmeta table and the meta value for the attached file is images/fun_image26.jpg

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes
    Member

    @fredericktownes

    Will need to investigate. I need a bug submission form from the support tab of the plugin.

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