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I am trying to upload (as I have done successfully for thousands of images) to Gmedia. The files appear to be uploading, but then they do not appear in the gallery or library.
I am now getting PHP errors that refer to lines in the function.PHP that are not correct.
Post screenshots less size, please.
The files are appearing in the Gmedia Original file but not in Thumbs file
Can you post screenshots of errors one more time?
Error message #1
Notice: has_cap was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.0! Usage of user levels by plugins and themes is deprecated. Use roles and capabilities instead. in /home4/d1b8x9q6/public_html/yummysofie.com/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3842
Notice: add_object_page is deprecated since version 4.5! Use add_menu_page() instead. in /home4/d1b8x9q6/public_html/yummysofie.com/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3658
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Warning: exif_imagetype(/home4/d1b8x9q6/public_html/yummysofie.com/wp-content/grand-media/image/xxxxxxx4-of-59.jpg): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home4/d1b8x9q6/public_html/yummysofie.com/wp-content/plugins/grand-media/admin/pages/library/functions.php on line 69
Here are the root. THEY DO NOT MATCH Thumbs vs originals
This files don’t appear in the Library for me to attach to a gallery.
Error message #1 is not related to the Gmedia Gallery. Try disable other plugins one by one to find which one is not compatible with latest WordPress version.
Seems like your wordpress installation in Debug mode which can be disabled in wp-config.php file.
Also try go to Gmedia Settings -> Other Settings -> and uncheck “Enable Debug Mode on Gmedia admin pages” setting -> Save.
Turning off Gmedia debug got rid of the messages for the site as well.
I still cannot see uploaded photos.
When you uploaded photos errors prevent to create thumbnails. You could click “Edit Image” link for each broken thumbnail in Gmedia Library and recreate webimage and thumbnail. Or you could delete broken images and upload them again.