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Image Gallery troubles - howto unpublish a single album?


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Pasqualito

12 November 2010 at 5:37am Community Member, 11 Posts

Hello community,

Hope this is not a double post, here goes:

Have the latest version of the CMS (2.4.2) w/ imagegallery, blog, etc. all installed and running fine BUT:

For some weird reason, the images in 2 albums seem to have 'vanished'. All it shows in the back-end are blank squares for each photo. Checking the folders where these files should be via FTP show everything is in its right place. Just to try, I changed the permissions on these two albums' folders to 777. No results, still blank squares.

worst thing is, I can't unpublish one album in a 5 album gallery. I have to unpublish the whole gallery (5 albums). Thats kind of a bummer ;)

the front end just shows numbered links where the photos should be.

have a look for yourself:

http://www.liesbethbusman.nl/in-opdracht/album/rouwsieraden
http://www.liesbethbusman.nl/in-opdracht/album/diverse-sieraden

any clues would be highly appreciated!

I also attached a screenshot from the backend so you guys see what I mean...

Thans in advance...

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Martijn

12 November 2010 at 10:57am Community Member, 271 Posts

Do the thumbnails exist in the folders _resampled of the folders where the images are stored?

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Pasqualito

13 November 2010 at 12:12am (Last edited: 13 November 2010 12:14am), Community Member, 11 Posts

Hi Martijn,

bedankt voor je reactie,

There's actually loads of files in the _resampled directory... check the screenshot...

cheers,
Pascal

*edit: where's my favourite Uncle when I need him? ;)

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Pasqualito

2 December 2010 at 11:37am Community Member, 11 Posts

Nothing? Please guys... I'm clutching at straws here...