I am testing 2.4 and am using the Elegant theme. When I click the up arrow or at the top of the image, I get linked to http://www.geoffschultz.org/photos/inde … 3/start-15 which generates the following:
You don't have permission to access /photos/index.php on this server.
If I delete the "/start-15" from the URL, there's no problem.
Last edited by geoffschultz (2012-07-03 15:06:09)
Out of interest (I'm not a developer) I tried your link and had the error, so I went into your gallery and found a problem here
http://www.geoffschultz.org/piwigo/pict … category/3
If you look on this page, there is no thumbnail for the next image, and if you go to that image it is that page where your problem link is found.
Every other page is OK, so I suspect it may be a problem with that missing thumbnail.
To regenerate the thumbnail (if your not sure how - if you are ignore this)
Go into the 'admin/photos/batch manager', select album in 'add filter', select that album then tick the box on the culprit image.
Now in the 'choose an action' drop down box below select 'generate multiple size images' and tick the box for thumbnail.
See if that solves the problem.
Thanks, but that isn't the issue. I think that you just happened to look at the gallery when I was deleting an image and replacing it with a new version & I hadn't generated the thumbnail yet. I also noted that I have the same issue with other themes when they specify a value for the /start parameter.
Last edited by geoffschultz (2012-07-01 17:51:54)
The error also appears when you have more than one page of thumbnails and try to change the page - I assume it is using the same code for the link.
I have just been experimenting with Piwigo so have not uploaded a large number of photos so only have one page - I'll try and find the time to upload more and see what happens.
I wonder if others are experiencing the same issue - would be nice if they dropped by to confirm one way or the other.
Don't know if it contains further info, but you might check the server log
Do you have a security mod enabled in apache ?
I wasn't sure what the links meant so I delved further and this is what I found - not sure if it'll help.
The end of the link is pointing at the image number to start the display of thumbnails on a page.
The -15 in yours is the default image number for the start of the second page of thumbnails - because the default number of thumbnails per page is set at 15 (at least for the elegant theme - others may be different.)
I set my number of thumbnails to 3 for guests, then tried the links (page number and the up arrow) and it works perfectly using -3 - so I assume it would for the default of 15 if I had more images.
As a suggestion, try setting the number of thumbnails to a different value (it is set at the bottom of the Users/Manage page) and see if that makes any difference.
If not, then as 'flop' suggests, maybe it is a server setting somewhere - but I wouldn't have a clue as to what it might be - although if it is a server setting problem I'm sure others would have reported it in the past as setting the number of thumbnails and the link formatting has been around for some time in previous versions - unless of course there has been a significant change to the coding for this in v2.4.
It has been not changed for a long time , and you're the first reporting that, so that's why i' m thinking of a server particularity
What I don't understand is that I can access
http://www.geoffschultz.org/photos/inde … ry/3/start
but if you specify a value (i.e. "-15"), I get the 403 error.
What's also strange is that I can't find any errors in the server log.
Last edited by geoffschultz (2012-07-03 11:16:31)
This was resolved on my end. It ended up being an error in the rewrite rules within my .htaccess. There was a problem handling "-" symbols in parameters.
Last edited by geoffschultz (2012-07-03 15:43:57)
This was resolved on my end. It ended up being an error in the rewrite rules within my .htaccess. There was a problem handling "-" signs in parameters.
great news ! the code was from Piwigo 2.4 or ... ?