I would love to suppor this script 24/7, but I’m currently at vacation and there is really huge lack of internet connection. I’m not able to even download a TV show, so I cannot emulate the 3rd part domain.
Anyway is there anyone who can tell me how I can reproduce this kind of domain at my localhost server ? I mean url like “something.localhost”. So I can fix this script locally ?thx and cheers ,freshface
Thanks for ur answer.
I’ve never tried it myself but it might help u, check this link: http://offshootinc.com/blog/2007/12/21/setting-up-a-subdomain-on-localhost/
Hope it helps
The images on the directory (uploads\freshizer) doesn’t delete at all should i use a certain function to delete images automatically after use?
just to keep you update, i’ve also noticed ‘Image does not exist’ error on some country specific domains (e.g. www.domainname.us, www.domainname.ca ) even if they r using default wordpress upload path.
could you guys please give me FTP access to the domains, where you are experiencing problems ? I was trying to reproduce this issue at all my unordinary domains, but with no success, it’s working for my :/
Hello everyone.. i get the same problem (the image does not exist) in a United Themes called Aries, on a .net address… It doesn’t write the resized image inside the folder freshizer. If I manually resize it and put it with the right name inside this folder everything works perfectly.. Any suggest?
Thank you for you amazing job!
I’m really sorry to hear that. Could you please give me your FTP credentials, through this tool http://support.freshface.net/login.php . Dont forget to past the generated ID here, I will take a look asap. It would be really helpful for me and I publicly promis, that I’ll do not something bad with your website.
thx and cheers ,freshface
I just sent you my ftp information by private message before I noticed your last commend, sorry.
I am experiencing the same issue with a “image does not exist”. Please help me with this issue
My Id is: 987
we have done some testings in the path to reproduce the Issue. At first of all we had 1 customer who used https. Therefore we’ve added
$rel_path = str_replace( 'https://','', $rel_path);
to the getRelativePath function. If a domain points into a sub directory the $rel_path is missing exact this subfolder at the end and that’s why the images could not get rendered. Hope this helps.
Hey freshface, Did you had time to check the “Image does not exist” issue? Enjoy your holidays too, have fun!