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#16 2014-10-02 21:41:16

flop25
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Re: [resolved] SEO-friendly URLs won't work

again thx for all


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#17 2014-10-04 06:13:01

Tequila
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2014-09-06
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Re: [resolved] SEO-friendly URLs won't work

My pleasure.

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#18 2014-10-04 06:27:20

Tequila
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2014-09-06
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Re: [resolved] SEO-friendly URLs won't work

When I upload photos to Piwigo gallery, pictures are registered but just empty squares show on the batch manager. "Invalid chars in request" is displayed when trying to view image through right-click on the failed picture. I noticed that "/_data/" is missing in the corresponding URL. The same issue happens with both Batch Manager and pLoader.

As I stated already, images are uploaded to the "/piwigo/upload/" directory correctly but neither thumbnails nor medium images are being generated and saved on "/piwigo/_data/i/upload" directory. Once images are uploaded, I can produce thumbnails and medium images using the Batch Manager's "Generate Multiple Size Images" action.

I can work on a patch for this issue too, but I have no idea where the problem lies. For the moment, we are moving forward using  "Generate Multiple Size Images" action to generate those missing images.

Piwigo version:
Piwigo 2.7.0

Environment:
Operating system: Linux
PHP: 5.5.16
MySQL: 5.1.73-log
Graphics Library: External ImageMagick 6.6.0-4

Last edited by Tequila (2014-10-04 06:30:07)

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#19 2014-10-04 07:37:46

rvelices
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2005-12-29
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Re: [resolved] SEO-friendly URLs won't work

Maybe patch i.php with specific 1and1?

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#20 2014-10-04 19:50:41

Tequila
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2014-09-06
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Re: [resolved] SEO-friendly URLs won't work

Thanks rvelices for your advice.

Yes, you're right. PATH_INFO is undefined on my shared hosting server and was replaced by ORIG_PATH_INFO in i.php. Now, thumbnails and medium images are being generated and saved on "/piwigo/_data/i/upload" directory as expected.

Piwigo 2.7.0 is running fine on my 1and1 shared hosting server.

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#21 2014-12-03 10:42:40

Ramona
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Re: [resolved] SEO-friendly URLs won't work

Hello,
I just did fresh install and not technical person. Can somebody tell me what should I do to have seo friendly url?
Thank you

 

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