I too am having issues with uploading images. I have 40+ sites where the plugin is being used and all of them are experiencing the same issue.
When you go to Add Gallery / Images and try to upload an image, there is a little warning triangle that pops up on the line with the file and then a toast pops up that says “Upload Complete, 0 images were uploaded.” I looked in php error log and I’m not seeing anything in there. When I debug the page in Chrome though, it looks like when you load the page, there are resources missing:
Then when you try to upload, the console appends this:
POST http://*/photocrati_ajax?action=upload_image&gallery_id=0&gallery_name=test 404 (Not Found)
This is a CLEAN install of WP 3.6 with Twenty Twelve Theme with ONLY NextGen Gallery 2.0.17 installed. If anyone from Photocrati would like to log in and experience this for themselves, I’m happy to provide access.
Server Settings for Reference:
Operating System : Linux (64 Bit)
Server : Apache/2.2.14 (Ubuntu)
Memory usage : 38.82 MByte
MYSQL Version : 5.1.70-0ubuntu0.10.04.1-log
SQL Mode : Not set
PHP Version : 5.3.2-1ubuntu4.21
PHP Safe Mode : Off
PHP Allow URL fopen : On
PHP Memory Limit : 512
PHP Max Upload Size : 80M
PHP Max Post Size : 80M
PCRE Backtracking Limit : 500000
PHP Max Script Execute Time : 30s
PHP Exif support : Yes ( V1.4 )
PHP IPTC support : Yes
PHP XML support : Yes
GD Version : 2.0
FreeType Support : Yes
FreeType Linkage : with freetype
T1Lib Support : Yes
GIF Read Support : Yes
GIF Create Support : Yes
JPEG Support : Yes
PNG Support : Yes
WBMP Support : Yes
XPM Support : No
XBM Support : No
JIS-mapped Japanese Font Support : No
I am having the same issue. When uploading an image to any gallery I have on my website, it says the image has uploaded but then a little oval shaped pop up occurs and it says 0 images added.
When is this going to be fixed? If not soon can anyone suggest another gallery plugin to use?
I can only upload photos if the folders are set to 777. Unfortunately, a spammer-hacker has uploaded malware to this site 3 times now…every time I set ANY folder to 777 BAM, my firewall’s IP is on blacklists and it’s spamming like mad.
I’ve tried setting permissions to 770. One commenter suggested that in a previous post. No dice. Didn’t work.
I’ve tried adding .htaccess to the gallery/ folder…
order deny allow
deny from all
That doesn’t work either. The thumbnails in the gallery admin no longer show.
What is it about this server that makes wordpress so damn frustrating. On this same server I have to enter the FTP login every time i update a plugin or base wordpress files. And half the time it fails.
What permissions do I need to open up so wordpress doesn’t suck so bad.
Ok so my frustrations are alleviated.
As it turns out php is being run on my server as the apache user “www”
<?php echo(exec(“whoami”)); ?>
All I had to do to fix the problem was chown all of the files and folders to www:linuxusername
The commands to chown files / folders on freebsd distro (i’m a noob and havent used other distros so wouldn’t know how to do it on those.
chown -R www:linuxuser public_html/*
* = suppresses changing public_html/ folder.
Meaning now its running all the files and folders as the www user which HAS permission.
This is where I found the fix: (and a more detailed explanation)
If this is a security issue let me know. For now I’ll run with it since it’s the first time I’ve EVER been able to update wordpress (from within the admin) without it requiring the FTP. And setting folder permissions to 777… (which is a REALLY big security issue)
This also took care of (fixed) the nextgen upload issues I was experiencing where i’d hit upload and it would say http error.
@kenwiesner – You pointed out a 404 error with this file.
GET http://*/wp-admin/jquery-1.10.2.min.map 404 (Not Found)
This is a WP 3.6 bug that is likely to be fixed in WP 3.6.1. It has nothing to do with NGG.
@swiftouch – Yes, it’s a security issue. Whenever you can update WP or plugins via the UI, you are accepting weaker security than if that were not allowed. The change you made did lower you security. Whether someone will exploit that can only be known in time.
@frisco, is there no work around for this? We have 168 sites running NextGen gallery and NONE of them are able to upload new photos nor have they been able to for over a month. Our customers are screaming at us, we desperately need a solution. Appreciate any insight you can offer.
All the best,
@kenwiesner – My comment was related to this element of your error message:
GET http://*/wp-admin/jquery-1.10.2.min.map 404 (Not Found)
See trac ticket 24994, and that is definitely a WP error that was fixed in WP 3.6.1. However, that should not impact uploading files. (It simply generated a 404 error, which you’d only see if you cared to look.)
We do have the latest release of NGG running under WP 3.7 alpha on one of our networks, and we have no issues with uploading files. That makes me think the cause of your situation is either a plugin conflict or tied to your server setup.
I know a fair amount about NGG, but your best bet to get NGG issues resolved is working directly with the Photocrati team and the others that help out in these forums. Sorry to hear of your customer issues. Any discussion we might have about resolving them would have to take place outside these forums.
Hope that helps.
OK so the jQuery error is gone with 3.6.1 but there is still prob with the AJAX script for NGG. http://d.pr/i/dkaJ Not sure what is causing it but this is on a CLEAN install of WP 3.6.1 with latest NGG.
@kenwiesner – One thing struck me from your image link – are aware that the uploading workflow has changed slightly? That is, you have to specify a gallery to which you want to upload the images OR you have to specify a new gallery name. If you don’t do one or the other, nothing will upload. I raise this because your gallery name field is blank and your pull down shows you want to upload to a new gallery. Those 2 things aren’t compatible.
In my tests, attempting to upload without following that workflow would not trigger a 404 (just a 400), so that doesn’t fully explain what you’re seeing. You could check your /wp-includes/jquery folder for the jquery-migrate.js script. I suppose if that’s missing it might trigger a 404 error, but I didn’t test that. If it is missing, that’s not an NGG issue – that’s because your core update of WP wasn’t perfect, which could have been something as simple as an FTP error.
If you did follow the workflow and the migrate script is where it should be, your best bet is to send Photocrati a bug report with a link to the site. You might expedite the process by creating a user account with administrator role for their support team and including the credentials (both username & password) to log in. I don’t know what they require or will make use of, so those are just general tips.
I experience the same problem here after upgrading to WordPress 3.6.1.
1. Add a new gallery and give it a name
2. Add files
3. Start upload
In the chrome debug-tool I see also an error 400:
Does anyone have a suggestion what the problem can be?
Thanks in advance.
I got this while using nginx. The reason is
$_SERVER['PATH_INFO']was an empty string, causing the router to not read the location correctly and serve
Quick fix: edit
if (!empty($_SERVER['PATH_INFO']))in function
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