Good morning guys,
I have been working on this issue for quite some time, and after reaching out to the theme creator and my host, I’m turning to you guys for some help.
I’ve been using WordPress for a few years and recently switched to a new host.
I use a theme called ProBlog from Magazine3. It was working fine on my old host, but once I made the switch, images are no longer being resized for the theme.
My URL is: http://www.johnstaton.com
You’ll see what I’m talking about there.
What’s happening on the admin is that, the images are being uploaded, which takes longer than normal, but they’re never resized.
In fact when you set a feature image, it is displayed as it’s full size in the post editor. It’s also displayed at it’s full size on the main page as well.
It *looks* like ImageMagick is not working properly or not installed on the new host. Since it’s shared hosting and I am somewhat limited as to what I can do/see, I cannot say 100%. However in comparing installed modules between hosts, I don’t see ImageMagick on the new one.
The host insists that PHP GD and ImageMagick are both installed and working.
Here’s what I’ve done:
-Verified correct file permissions (755 for folders, 644 for files)
-Did a clean install on the new host, using the affected theme – same results (I was thinking the problem could be caused by my imported SQL db.
-While the image appears to upload, some times when clicking, the edit button, I see this: Image Data Does Not Exist, Please re-upload image.
-I’ve turned on PHP error reporting and there aren’t any errors being generated.
What I’m trying tonight:
-increasing the amount of memory available to PHP either in the PHP.ini (if I have access) or adding a define statement to the WP config file.
-add rewrite conditions to my htaccess file.
Anywho, all opinions and suggestions are welcome. I can usually fix these little things on my own but this one has me boggled.
Thanks for reading.
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