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Images Not uploading to folder


jscrilla

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Hi everyone!

 

I moved my site to a live server, now the backend won't add pictures for products. It just says no file uploaded. I changed the images folder to 777 but still won't work. I have the admin area going through https, and all the configure.php pages pointing to the correct links. Everything else will update, like text and whatnot, but it won't upload a picture for a product. Can someone help me figure out what's going on there?

 

Thanks!

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At a guess, there might be an absolute URL somewhere that is still looking to http...?

 

I would try searching the boards for SSL + images and see what you find.

 

Rob

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I don't think that's the issue, as I've tried turning the https off. It still won't work. It worked on the development server, but not sure why it wouldn't work here. I have been searching the forums endlessly for an answer to no avail.

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My only thought would be to check your configure.php files again. Can you post the code for both (just remove the DB_SERVER_USERNAME AND DB_SERVER_PASSWORD etc.

 

It might help isolate something.

 

Rob

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Ok, I figured it out. BTW, thanks for your attention!

 

The problem was on the web server. We had to add file upload commands to the httpd.conf file. Thanks again!

 

My only thought would be to check your configure.php files again. Can you post the code for both (just remove the DB_SERVER_USERNAME AND DB_SERVER_PASSWORD etc.

 

It might help isolate something.

 

Rob

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Hmmm, interesting solution!

 

thanks for sharing.

 

Rob

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