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(7 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

Thank you so much!
I am officially a plank!
Works fine now.
:)

2

(7 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

sorry, also showing all image folders/files and gallery.xml files as orphaned links?

3

(7 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

ahh, still no resolution.
When I check links, each swfobject.js is reported as broken with this...  \""+this.getAttribute("swf")+"\" as the broken link in each case.
I have checked all the files, all the links, and that all jpegs have been saved appropriately. Also re-uploaded to remote server.

Loosing the will with this.... any other ideas would be most gratefully recieved

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(7 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

Hi, Thanks for your reply
So could you confirm the code which originally looked like this...

<image>
   <url>images/experimental/blue-dish210.jpg</url>
   <caption></caption>
   <width>1078</width>
   <height>500</height>
</image>

Should it now look like this?

<image>
   http://rogerdoreyphotography.co.uk/imag … ish210.jpg
   <caption></caption>
   <width>1078</width>
   <height>500</height>
</image>

or like this?

<image>
   <url>http://rogerdoreyphotography.co.uk/images/experimental/blue-dish210.jpg</url>
   <caption></caption>
   <width>1078</width>
   <height>500</height>
</image>

Either way, I have checked the image is located correctly and that the hotlink protection is disabled at the web host end but still no image.

Any ideas?

5

(11 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

think I might have placed in wrong place, so this post has been relocated
Oops

Help please.
I have built a site using autoviewer extensively throughout. The images show fine locally, but when uploaded just x's appear across all.
I have looked at the support FAQ's and the naming is fine.
I've tested in firefox and IE, both have the same issues.
Link here http://rogerdoreyphotography.co.uk/experimental.html
Any ideas very gratefully received.

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(11 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

Help please.
I have built a site using autoviewer extensively throughout. The images show fine locally, but when uploaded just x's appear across all.
I have looked at the support FAQ's and the naming is fine.
I've tested in firefox and IE, both have the same issues.
Link here http://rogerdoreyphotography.co.uk/experimental.html
Any ideas very gratefully received.
:(

8

(15 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

Many thanks for your help on this, I think I've got it resolved by using subfolders for each gallery. For some reason it did not like the gallery.xml being renamed.
Anyway, thanks again.
:)

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(15 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

Hi Steven
Many thanks.
I have looked at other solutions, none of which work. I have even duplicated the gallery.xml file from the variable 

fo.addVariable ("xmlURL", "gallery_exp.xml");

to

fo.addVariable ("xmlURL", "gallery_arch.xml"); 

keeping all the images unchanged so as to eliminate the issue of linking for testing purposes and still the second gallery does not show images.

Excuse my ignorance, but can you advise as to how I can upload a url as this site is not online yet.

Jo

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(15 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

Hi Mike
Many thanks for the reply. I am not seeing an X. Just the buttons.
Any ideas?
Jo

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(15 replies, posted in AutoViewer)

Oops, sorry, I have a simular issue, whereby the second gallery shows the viewer with no images and no X any ideas... html here...

<script type="text/javascript" src="swfobject.js"></script>
<div id="flashcontent">AutoViewer requires JavaScript and the Flash Player.
<a href="http://www.macromedia.com/go/getflashplayer/">Get Flash.</a></div>
<script type="text/javascript">
var fo = new SWFObject("autoviewer.swf", "viewer", "800", "500", "8", "#A09488");
fo.addVariable("xmlURL", "gallery_arc.xml");
fo.write("flashcontent");
</script>