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I am getting the error in the subject.
My wp-content directory is under a wordpress directory under the root of my web site. Does this install require that the wp-content directory is off the root of the web site in order to install?
Anyone? Anyone? Beuller?
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yeah, i think i'm getting something similar. i get two things:
1. in wordpress on the left it says "Overview" instead of "Slidepress" as the tab.
2. When i try to create a gallery, i get: Database Connection Error! 1146: Table 'macyenglish.wp_ssp_galleries' doesn't exist
I'm getting the exact same 2 problems - I even tried creating the table that it says doesn't exist but no luck. Love to hear a fix? Might try a total re-install of everything?
I'm also getting the "Database Connection Error! 1146: Table 'TABLENAME.wp_ssp_galleries' doesn't exist" error
I upgraded to WordPress 2.8.5, but then SlidePress stopped working. I reinstalled and now can't recreate my galleries, and get the above error when I try.
I also have the "Overview" rather that "SlidePress" as the left column menu item, though it's like that on the plugin's screenshot page too: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/sli … reenshots/ so that's just the way it is for some reason.
I'm much more concerned about why it's not creating its database tables!
BTW, my install is off the root in a /wordpress directory, though the homepage is at the root.
Last edited by digitalfusion (2009-11-07 04:46:37)
I was getting the same error after activating and trying to create a gallery:
"Database Connection Error! 1146: Table 'db_name.wp_ssp_galleries' doesn't exist"
So I copied the table creation code from "SlidePress.php" into a separate .sql file and uploaded it through phpMyAdmin to create the table manually. I got an error that a duplicate column named "navButtonStyle" could not be created.
I looked in "SlidePress.php", and lines 205 and 206 are duplicates:
205 navButtonStyle text NULL,
206 navButtonStyle text NULL,
1) I opened SlidePress.php and removed line 206 (duplicate of line 205)
3) Saved and FTP'd to server
4) Deactivated the plugin, then reactivated
5) Went through "Add Gallery" from and successfully created gallery.
Brilliant. I deleted the line and it works great now.
yep. worked for me too. still get the "overview" listed to the left though.
Thanks hmyrick that worked a treat!
However now I'm getting a error message when trying to use the template tags to display a gallery - Fatal error: func_get_args(): Can't be used as a function parameter in .../wp-content/plugins/slidepress/SlidePress.php on line 1251
Hi hmyrick, could you explain how to copy the table creation code...etc, for newie.
thanks in advance
Thanks all for reporting this bug.
It has been fixed for the next release.
Any ETA on that next release?
Nevermind... just saw 1.3.1 was posted... off to try it out.
Last edited by digitalfusion (2009-11-09 21:21:09)
Now running release Version 1.3.1. No more database errors, and the menu says "SlidePress" again, but I can't get any images to show up.
I have the template tag in place properly, and I've tried this with a couple galleries attached to pages, but can't get the images to show up. Actually nothing shows up, not even an empty SSP instance. I'm just getting a blank page.
It doesn't even work in "Preview" mode from the SlidePress page.
Here's the source of the preview page:
NEVERMIND... it's just not working in Safari on my computer. Very odd, but not an SSP issue it seems. Weird.
Last edited by digitalfusion (2009-11-11 23:36:25)