This is not directly linked to WordPress itself, but more to the 'tantannoodles.com' wordpress Flickr plugin ( http://tantannoodles.com/toolkit/photo-album/ )
I have posted messages in there own specific forum, but no one seems to me able to help with the problem. So I thought I would see if anyone here could help out in anyway.
Basically the plugin is installed and works to a point, up to when it comes to posting a new message. The plugin adds a new upload section to add an image into the post. But I am getting this error come up in place of where the upload box would be:
Notice: Constant ABSPATH already defined in D:\webroot\saz\wp-config.php on line 19
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at D:\webroot\saz\wp-config.php:19) in D:\webroot\saz\wp-content\plugins\silaspartners\flickr\inline-uploading.php on line 8
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at D:\webroot\saz\wp-config.php:19) in D:\webroot\saz\wp-content\plugins\silaspartners\flickr\inline-uploading.php on line 148
It seems as if it is basically having a problem with setting the path to the wp-config file, but I dont really know. The contents of the plugins first few lines of the inline-uploading.php file are:
if (!defined('ABSPATH')) define('ABSPATH', dirname(__FILE__).'/../../../../');
Someone suggested that problem is due to the server being a windows machine. The Server is running Apache on a windows 2003 server. Maybe something to do with the "/../.." bits?
Any help would be greatly appreciated, I realise this is possibly difficult to answer unless someone has it installed, or a simular plugin creates the same problem.