Go into media settings of WordPress and change the directory where uploads should go (there is no such thing in the settings of WP 3.5). You could try other things like hooking into a more generic admin panel hook, and checking for the $_GET['action'] value of 'editattachment'. lmy @lmy 5 years, 7 months ago I only just installed WP so don't have any other past experience with it. Then they say change 755 to 777 (so I did). this content
You can use this link to see if your flash is up to date. Tried with the year and month checked. share|improve this answer edited Sep 12 '12 at 21:43 aaronwaggs 49725 answered Jun 26 '12 at 23:24 eddiemoya 643412 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up up vote 6 down vote favorite 3 Howdi, I am trying to fire some code that will occur when I save an image in the media library, as per usual, I
Please let me know what else to try!! Using a DSL Modem with Netgear router. (b) Exactly which browser (and version of it) you’re using by checking here if necessary http://www.whatbrowser.org/ See above. (c) Exactly what you experience including Topic Info In: How-To and Troubleshooting 30 replies 6 participants Last reply from: conorneu Last activity: 5 years, 7 months ago 3.1 Status: resolved Topic Tagsimage upload error Forum Search Search Created folder in the root directory labeled "tmp," and added upload_tmp_dir="/tmp" to the php.ini file.
edmin @edmin 7 years ago Hi all, I have found that simply leaving a leading slash ‘/' on your upload URL will cause this problem. I don't have the ability to change permissions on my folders, but I created it within the wp-content folder so wouldn't the permissions get inherited? But it's not the post that's the problem, it's the media library. Cheers, Mark nostradamuszen @nostradamuszen 6 years, 12 months ago OK, even more confused - it seems to work now without FTPing the images beforehand - maybe it is just a caching
I don't know why this happened or how to prevent it from happening. I don't know if this will work for the long term since it's such a hack, but it's working for me at the moment. I also walked away for 24 hours…maybe a caching issue? check here If yes, we need to uninstall the plugins.
Viewing 15 replies - 1 through 15 (of 30 total) 1 2 → The topic ‘[Resolved] Error saving media attachment' is closed to new replies. Access the website by domain name instead. This created the folders 2012>12 but no upload possible and still the same error. Everything else I’m current customer Recommend this host?
garretble @garretble 5 years, 7 months ago @imy: I am with GoDaddy as well. http://www.absolutelytech.com/2010/02/13/solved-error-saving-media-attachment-error-in-wordpress/comment-page-1/ If you're using that browser, please take a look at this forum thread for more details: http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/image-upload-issues-1?replies=1 If you're using a different browser, please start by making sure you're using the Search the forums for several other threads on this. - After all that, I'm still seeing "Error saving media attachment" but only with large files. It's helped me expose the hook I've needed for a custom action. –cpilko May 30 '12 at 15:23 Richard, are you sure none of the answers provided to your
That allows WP to keep metadata in sync with assets. http://techkumar.com/wordpress-error/wordpress-error-saving-media-attachment-3-5-1.html They changed the settings and it works now like a charm. Added the code `
If you purchase hosting product through the affiliate link, we get paid commission that allows us to keep this project alive and free to millions who found our service helpful and Tried Firefox - same result. 6. I copied the folder and the user was by default set to ourusername which prevents the issue for now, but still wondering how to avoid this problem popping up again. have a peek at these guys Related 1Media uploader not work properly2How to validate the file name of the Media File Uploads?2Media handle sideload not working0How to upload an image using media uploader and return the image
Topic Closed This topic has been closed to new replies. Topic Info In: How-To and Troubleshooting 28 replies 25 participants Last reply from: amajorov Last activity: 6 years, 4 months ago 2.8 Status: not resolved Topic Tagserrorimage uploadmedia library Forum Search Is there another hidden user with greater permissions?
Hope, this was helpful for you edzrie_s @edzrie_s 6 years, 9 months ago same problem as above.i delete the database and create a new one.simply do it again from the start.works Thanks and regards wordpress error-saving-media Please log in or register to answer this question. 3 Answers 0 votes Jun 6, 2012 by WebGuru I have discovered that leaving a front slash when I try to upload a media file. At this point I want to hook into wordpress, and redirect wordpress to another URL.
Still not sure if that would help though, since everything was fine until recently. As for the 404 error. ANSWER: The IUSR account should have read and write access. (Works for Plesk IIS and others) Do not create the folders yourself in the WordPress area! I'm going to Dashboard > Media > Add New > Browse > Upload...as I always have.
CopperBot @copperbot 7 years ago edmin, you are a champion! Why cast an A-lister for Groot? Uncheck check-box Organize my uploads into month- and year-based folders Once you uncheck the checkbox and try uploading any thing in Media library. How can I build a board to mount climbing holds in my house?
Remember that we need to uninstall the plugins because just deactivating will not work. 2. Why didn’t Japan attack the West Coast of the United States during World War II? still no luck!