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Problem with 0.1.7 and 0.1.9 404 error

  • Avatar of Andy Smith
    Andy Smith
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    @drewid82

    I recently moved my Buddypress site from a sub folder onto the main domain.

    My Album+ is now not working, if I attempt to upload any images over about 100kb I get a 404 error after clicking ‘Upload picture’ on the album/upload/ page.

    I’ve deleted all tables related to the plugin in the database and rows in the config table. I’ve also uninstalled and reinstalled the plugin.

    I also get the error in 0.1.9.

    My php upload limit is set at 20mb with a long timeout and Album+ worked in the subdirectory.

    Any help is much appreciated!

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  • Avatar of foxly
    foxly
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    @foxly

    @drewid82

    It sounds like you have several different problems that are interacting with each other, so we’re going to have to debug this step by step.

    1) Are you using PHP version at least 5.3?
    2) Are the write permissions on your directories set properly?
    3) Are you *absolutely sure* your .htaccess and rewrite rules are set properly?
    4) Did you properly set the max file upload size for your WP install? (Not in BP Media, in WP super admin)
    5) Did you properly set the max uploaded storage space for your WP install? (Not in BP Media, in WP super admin)

    Also, attempting to move WordPress from one directory to another is a VERY VERY VERY BAD thing to try and do. It often breaks an installation in hundreds of frustrating little ways that can take *days* of work to track down.

    If you’re just getting started with your site, seriously consider deleting the entire WordPress installation and starting from scratch. Its like a 10 minute job if you have no content on the site.

    Thanks!

    ^F^

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    Andy Smith
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    @drewid82

    thanks for the reply @foxly i’ll check these issues and get back to you

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