Topic: WordPress plugin
I've created a slideshow using the WP-SimpleViewer plugin. The slideshow works as expected, but the browser returns an error in the status bar. It appears to be looking for a thumbs directory at the root of my website/blog. I'm using an external page to display my WP blog. WordPress is in a subdirectory of my website, but is displaying at my root level via the RapidWeaver WP-blog plugin. When I display Safari's activity window, it shows the error as http://www.realismblog.com/thumbs/ not found for each image in the slideshow. As I said, the slideshow is otherwise showing as expected, w/ thumbnails and all. You can see the slideshow at http://www.realismblog.com/ . Is there any way to get rid of these pesky error messages?
I'm using a Mac running the current OS, with Safari. The WP blog is set up to display on an external page via WP-blog, a RapidWeaver plugin. The page displaying the WP blog is /index.php . The WP directory is /wordpress/ . I've converted the WP SimpleViewer plugin to SimpleViewer Pro. I suspect that perhaps SimpleViewer is trying to cache some thumbnails, but not finding what it expects?