Thumb problems (6 posts)

  1. mrscreen123
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Hello, i own this website http://www.mosrri.com, im having trouble with Thumb.php, my images at homepage doesent show, when i try to go to only 1 image it show me a error : http://www.mosrri.com/wp-content/themes/object/thumb.php?src=http://www.mosrri.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/n11.jpg&h=200&w=300&zc=1&q=100

    can someone help me how do i fix my thumb.php or my images to my homepage , they are all at host, and btw im using Godaddy host linux.

    waiting for someneones reply..

  2. You've bigger problems at the moment...

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in .../mosrri/wp-content/themes/object/functions.php on line 44

    Start by putting the original functions.php file back.

    Once that's done, contact the theme vendor for that thumb.php question. That's a commercial theme and we don't support those here.


    You are running v1.0.6 of that theme, the current version is 1.7.1.

  3. mrscreen123
    Posted 3 years ago #

    i putted back the file, but you cant help me out with any idea? about the images

  4. Not really because we don't have (or want) access to that theme. To support a theme we'd need access to the theme's code and that one is not available.

    Part of what you paid for when you purchased that theme was support and it's not for us here to undercut the theme vendors business model.

    Read as: we want GPL'ed theme vendors to be successful. ;)

    Edit: Also? The thumb.php errors are

    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by

    Give this a look.


  5. mrscreen123
    Posted 3 years ago #

    anyway i just readed at google about 2 hours for tips and i found the way to fix it, as i finded im showing for others if have this prob too..

    they have just to remove their old thumb.php and to do a newer thumnb.php with this code:

    [ please use pastebin for more than ten lines of code - or link to the original source ]

  6. Chip Bennett
    Theme Review Admin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    If a Theme uses thumb.php, in any shape or form, run away screaming and find a Theme that implements core WordPress featured images/post thumbnails.

    TimThumb is an inherent security risk, and an attack vector just waiting to be exploited.

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