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01/31/2013 at 8:53 pm #250495PAUL WEISENBACHERParticipant
Hi, I have the most recent version with the Widget Pack. When I try to add a photo to a entry I receive and error ERROR: Uploaded image could not be saved to the destination folder.
Where are they stored, is it connections_images? I have permissions 777 on the folder.
Thanks for your help
Paul02/01/2013 at 3:30 pm #250563Steven ZahmKeymaster
First I would not use persmissions 777.
If you’re not running multisite the image path should be:
Notice the lack of an “s” in “connection”.
Try changing the permissions to 767. If that does not work, delete the folder, recreate it and then set the permissions.09/10/2013 at 6:30 am #268860Robert FerrerParticipant
I’ve come across the same error, Uploaded image could not be saved to the destination folder.
I’ve tried changing the permissions to …/wp-content/connection_images, as dictated by your FAQ, but I keep getting the error. My wp-content is set to 767, and connection_images is at 767. Still nothing. I’ve deactivated and activated the plugin.
I’m using WP 3.6. Any ideas?09/10/2013 at 7:39 am #268861Steven ZahmKeymaster
I’m thinking your going to have to contact your host to fix the issue. Connections uses the “simple” standard PHP upload. This uploads to the hosts temp folder first, then is moved to the “connection_images” folder. The error you’re getting is saying it can not upload to that temp folder. The temp folder usually defaults to
rootunless the path is changed in the
php.inifile. You would need to ask them to make sure that the
tmpfolder is writable for PHP uploads.
Let me know if that helps.
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