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01/29/2013 at 12:48 pm #250143David BartoloneGuest
Steven, As far as the page goes it still gives me “No Results” with or without adding define(‘CN_MULTISITE_ENABLED’, FALSE); to the wp-config.01/29/2013 at 1:23 pm #250168
@ David Bartolone
Well, that doesn’t make any sense. Do the entries appear in the admin? Did we establish if I could get a temp admin account or not? I can’t remember. It sure would be helpful.01/29/2013 at 1:41 pm #250191
@ Bob Michek
Can you please try force refreshing the browser and share a link to your directory so I can take a look?01/29/2013 at 3:25 pm #250200Bob MichekGuest
It works in all browsers except IE9. Typical… I roll my eyes. I deleted all the history and such from IE, refreshed, rebooted, refreshed but to no avail. So, in IE9, go to http://pinecentre.com/stores/ and see the little spinning animation.
In Safari and Chrome on the Mac and Chrome in Windows all is well and it is a thing of great beauty.
Thanks.01/29/2013 at 9:18 pm #250227
@ Bob Michek
I just visited your site in both IE8 and IE9, images are loading fine for me. Try visiting using an InPrivate IE window to make sure there isn’t some local caching conflict happening.01/29/2013 at 10:49 pm #250272Bob MichekGuest
Thanks, Steven. I appreciate your time, I really do.01/30/2013 at 11:05 am #250311
@ Bob Michek
So it’s working fine you you now too?01/30/2013 at 11:16 am #250314David BartoloneGuest
I have included one of the sites I am developing that uses connections in this response. I can not give you admin privileges due to security policies within are department. I have loaded up 7.3.5 to show you the issue we are experiencing with that version. I know you mentioned it seemed like a logic problem and was resolved in 7.3.6 but I want you to be able to look and make sure that was correct and not a mistake on my part for not providing enough info. In version 7.3.6 I loose all my connections on the page and in the dashboards control panel as well, nobody appears and I am given no results when looking at the page. In 7.3.5 it keeps my entries but not the photos. If you scroll down on the page I provided you will see near the bottom that there are a few connections with images but it just shows the spinning wheel. When I look at the html in firebug it shows an <image> tag there for the person but no “src=” . If I add a new connection in 7.3.5 it will show the image and the src as being “wwwroot/wp-content/connection_images/” and will show my connections from previous versions but will not show any of the images from earlier versions. In 7.3.1 as I mentioned earlier the src was, “wwwroot/wp-content/blogs.dir/34/connection_images/”, which is specific to images in that blog. The current version 7.3.6 pulls up no results with (‘CN_MULTISITE_ENABLED’, FALSE); or not and I have not added any new connections to 7.3.6 as well since it seems like it might be reading and writing information to an entirely different string in the Database as it does not find Connections entries or information from older versions. If loading up 7.3.6 or 7.3.1 can help you figure out the issue I can do that as well today.01/30/2013 at 1:30 pm #250330
@ David Bartolone
Ok, I think I really messed up the logic for this. Here’s what you can provide to guide me to correcting this issue…
What is your table prefix as set in the wp-config.php file? By default it is “wp_”.
What is the full Connections table name that current has all your Connections entries data? Use phpMyAdmin or similar tool. It should be something like this if the default table prefix is being used in wp-config.php: wp_#_connections
Where are the image currently at using FTP? Per you previous comment, it should be: “../wp-content/blogs.dir/34/connection_images/”01/30/2013 at 2:58 pm #250336David BartoloneGuest
The prefix in wp_config is “dom_wp_” . As for the connections table prefix I can send that to you later, I have to get the password for the database. The server is also running the Microsoft IIS version of WordPress. I know some plugins have issues running the Microsoft version. I upgraded the default php version Microsoft installs to version 5.4.5 of php as well if that matters.
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