I have been doing this since March and have never had any problems. You could change a php.ini setting for max_execution_time, if you don't have access to php.ini may need to ask your host. He says he does not like the WP Image upload and he suggests using Picasa. Post reply Last edited: 04/04/13 9:26am Luke America says: Well ...
And, you have control of all the various configuration settings. Thanks to you both. Last edited: 04/02/13 4:53am Arnav Joy says: did you checked error log ?what is says? If so, where can the database be found? https://wordpress.org/tags/io-error
if it is png use a program to change it to jpg. That info would help immensely. Here is how to solve it Posted on October 3, 2011 by Dhawal D You try to add images to your post and all of a sudden you get an IO Now I just use his hosting services for my customers #9 Jan 3, 2011, 10:52 PM lmilesw 10,172 posts · Jul 2009 Central New York State USA
AdamC This question has been answered. Check out our Support site, then WordPress.com Forums » Support Consistent IO Error when uploading images koltregaskes Member Jul 23, 2011, 10:59 PM I am constantly getting an IO Error when Post reply Last edited: 04/03/13 10:20pm Luke America says: The default FcgidMaxRequestLen setting of 131072 is 128kb. Skip to toolbar About WordPress About WordPress WordPress.org Documentation Support Forums Feedback Search Log In WordPress.com Menu Themes Support Forums News Features Sign Up Log In WordPress.com is an easy way
Bookmarks Digg del.icio.us StumbleUpon Google « Is there a plugin to auto-send a document to people who sign up for my newsletter? | Lightbox 2 Refuses to work with Atahualpa 3.5.3 Is there a known issue on the WordPress servers or is it something at my end? He is unable to upload photos on this site too. Warning: Please do not give out any FTP or ssh credentials to anyone, unless you trust them completely.
On my host my max execution is set to 30 seconds and I can easiiy upload 6mb files if I wanted. Giving out login details is dangerous. Additionally...not sure if this is related, but if I want to put up images separately on a page (the customer wants to do this) Extra code gets thrown in between the http://www.php.net/manual/en/function.set-time-limit.php checking your current setting is simple see http://www.whostz.info/how-check-php-settings-your-account WebSeedsSolutions Regular Joe 53 pts 6 pts LEVEL 0 I agree that 30 seconds is a long time.
About this Topic Started 5 years ago by koltregaskes This topic has 2 posts 2 posters Latest reply from airodyssey This topic is not resolved RSS feed for this topic Tags Thank you for being a WPMU DEV Community Member and have a GREAT weekend! When browsing a local drive for a picture to upload, you may encounter the: IO error. We’re really sorry to hear you didn’t have a pleasant experience with , we’re always looking at how we can improve and would appreciate you provide some further feedback here please.
Skip to toolbar About WordPress About WordPress WordPress.org Documentation Support Forums Feedback Search Log In Have you taken the WordPress 2016 Survey yet? Post reply Last edited: 04/04/13 1:44am adamcollegeman says: I have not tried some of the other troubleshooting ideas yet, I will as soon as I can, although I am beginning to Current status of this question: Completed Please log in to add additional discourse to this page. Post reply Last edited: 04/06/13 2:57am adamcollegeman says: yes the dnm interface is nice, not sure I am ready to spend that much per month but Would you be willing to
WordPress 2.5 Image Upload Error [WordPress Fix] You have to Insert the script into .htaccess file. Post reply Last edited: 04/02/13 5:40am adamcollegeman says: still get HTTP error. You will have to contact them and ask how to up the amount of php memory you can use. __________________ "Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember,
Ohh no! That's right! ircf @ircf 5 years, 10 months ago Hi, We have the same problem on a Windows XP desktop. In the following simple solution, I'll show you what I did to address the problem and get my WordPress Image uploads to stick.
Your forum name will be highlighted. You can find them on following Links: IO Error Uploading Images WordPress: He explain how to Uninstall Flash Player Plugin to resolve this issue. There is how much memory is allocated. Can someone please advice?
Have you taken the WordPress 2016 Survey yet? Then try to upload in WP from that URL. * Confirm with GD that you are not out of their "unlimited" storage space * Confirm with GD that you're not expending When I update the flash player to 10.2.152.26 version, and WordPress 3.1 flash uploader shows IO error . The time now is 04:26 AM.
Hosting is LINUX thru Godaddy, they tested a php script to load a 130meg file successfully they can not find anything wrong, I get the error in IE9 or Firefox with In any case why don't you pre-process the image and make it smaller before uploading, 5mb is massive for a web image unless you really need hi-res for later down load? Here is one of the pages: http://gelinascarr.com/the-dining-room-2/ I have a PC and am using Windows 7. There is what versions of PHP and MySQL are being run.
Change a Setting The /uploads folder in /wp-content needs more relaxed permissions than the rest of your site generally in order to allow the WordPress software to place images in there. airodyssey Member Jul 23, 2011, 11:51 PM Hi. Bookmark the permalink. Other related settings are LimitRequestBody and FcgidIOTimeout.
I tried using both uploaders, two different browsers (IE and Chrome), uninstalled flash and reinstalled.... If the asker does not get an answer then they have 10 days to request a refund. Your name? I am wondering if Lightbox Plus is fighting with something else.
You’re on our community support forums.Register or log in: Username Password Need help? Post reply Previous versions of this answer: 04/02/13 at 5:10am | 04/02/13 at 5:34am | 04/02/13 at 5:46am Last edited: 04/02/13 6:31am Navjot Singh says: Try adding this line in your Is that what you mean by "two different programs"? P.S.
look at: http://www.blogstrategies.net/2010/12/13/solution-php-ini-upload_max_filesize/ or maybe adding this to your .htaccess file: #Change upload limits php_value memory_limit 34M php_value post_max_size 33M php_value upload_max_filesize 32M php_value max_execution_time 600 #Change upload limits end hope Click here for THEMEFRAME From the author of Atahualpa, the #1 mostdownloaded (700,000+) theme @ wordpress.org #1 Dec 8, 2010, 05:36 PM SharonJ 629 posts · Sep 2010