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PhotoPlog: The Lite Gallery
Mod Version: 2.0.7, by calorie (Coder) calorie is offline
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This modification is in the archives.
vB Version: 3.7.x Rating: (95 votes - 4.65 average) Installs: 1558
Released: 23 Nov 2005 Last Update: 06 Nov 2010 Downloads: 10682
Not Supported DB Changes Uses Plugins Template Edits Additional Files  

PhotoPlog: The Lite Gallery

PhotoPlog Lite is a gallery script for GIF, JPG, and PNG images. PhotoPlog Lite comes with categories, permissions, comments, search, moderation. The installation takes care of phrases, templates, tables, etcetera. Just follow the README.txt file for installation.

There is a license agreement that I request that you abide. Thanks!

This thread is organized as follows:
  • Post1 contains this here release.
  • Post2 contains current add-ons.
  • Post3 contains onscreen errors.
Fine Print: see license agreement, no redistribution, copyright retained in full, right reserved to uncheck support box.

Requirements: vB 3.5.0+ (development initially based on having vB 3.5.4 though vB 3.6.0+ and vB 3.7.0+ should be okay, but not every version was personally tested) and MySQL 4.1+ (development based on having MySQL 4.1+ though MySQL 3+ may be okay, but not every version was personally tested) and PHP with GD2 and Safe Mode off

Does it work on vB 3.5 and vB 3.6 and vB 3.7? Yes, it should. See the requirements. Also, there are two product XML files, one for vB 3.5 and one for vB 3.6/3.7, so import the one that matches your vB version.

Live Demo and Official Support: http://www.photoplog.com/

Note on Official Support: With 70 some pages, assuming 15 posts per page, and over 1000 posts, all in one thread, official support for this mod is now held off-site. Apologies in advance for possibly having to register at yet another forum, but IMHO support would be better served elsewhere at this point.

All support requests, except perhaps for proven bugs, may be ignored if posted in this thread.

Comments, suggestions, etcetera are welcome, but please note that further modifications are not being planned, as this is intended as the final release of the lite series.

Fun Fact: PhotoPlog Lite v.2.0.6 had 4330 downloads plus 2262 downloads prior to CSRF protection plus 3031 downloads as of 06 Nov 2010!

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  #1801  
Old 27 Jun 2008, 22:40
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Originally Posted by Trip View Post
Looks like you might have your photoplog folder in the wrong directory. I'm pretty sure it shouldn't be in the /forum directory, it should be in the root. Of course it depends how you orginally set up your forum directory.
The only problem is, when I try it any other location, it doesn't work. I get this message for every other place:

"Not Found

The requested URL /photoplog was not found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request."
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Old 28 Jun 2008, 05:31
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Originally Posted by g0dfather1984 View Post
Alright, thanks.

Now, when I go there and try to go back to my home page, it doesn't allow me. I get this message:

"Not Found

The requested URL /photoplog/forums.php was not found on this server.

Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request."

Any help? Please.
That's because there is no directory called photoplog/forums.php. Not unless you have a forum installed in a directory on your server called photoplog, which I suspect is highly unlikely.

Find the script at the begninning of post two of this thread, copy it and save it to a PHP file and upload it to your forum's root directory. Then navigate to that file in your browser and that's what you should put into your config file.
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Old 29 Jun 2008, 01:54
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Here is my scenario:

I am currently running vB 3.6.9 and am soon going to upgrade to 3.7.2.

What do I do with PhotoPlog to upgrade it without losing any of the photos in the gallery?
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Old 29 Jun 2008, 04:42
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Other then doing a backup of your database, and upgrading Photoplog to the most current version, you needn't do anything. Upgrading vB itself doesn't do anything to exisiting Photoplog tables or files.
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Old 29 Jun 2008, 06:44
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Originally Posted by Digital Jedi View Post
Other then doing a backup of your database, and upgrading Photoplog to the most current version, you needn't do anything. Upgrading vB itself doesn't do anything to exisiting Photoplog tables or files.
heh... I just noticed that this isn't even a new version of Photoplog... so it doesn't need upgrading. lol

Okay, thanks.
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Old 29 Jun 2008, 16:55
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Originally Posted by Digital Jedi View Post
That's because there is no directory called photoplog/forums.php. Not unless you have a forum installed in a directory on your server called photoplog, which I suspect is highly unlikely.

Find the script at the beginning of post two of this thread, copy it and save it to a PHP file and upload it to your forum's root directory. Then navigate to that file in your browser and that's what you should put into your config file.
i have this error but only when i click on the UPLOAD or SEARCH link within the photoblog main link which would be the index.php. kinda of weird, and i used the script to make sure the path is right. Any ideas on what to do. im looking at the link and it shows:

hxxp: www. MYSITE.com/photoblog so its missing the forums folder which would indicate where the search and upload files are. any ideas?
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Old 29 Jun 2008, 17:04
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nvm *fixed
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Old 10 Jul 2008, 22:11
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Bad File - File is too Large or of the Wrong MIME Type
I have found a problem
Its nesesary to enter www in:
PhotoPlog Link
The http:// link where PhotoPlog is located, no ending slash: http://www.example.com/photoplog
I had http://domain... but after i change for http://www.domain.. is`t started working correctly )
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  #1809  
Old 14 Jul 2008, 20:06
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Is it possible to have a random image on bog standard php page????

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Old 15 Jul 2008, 16:47
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Does anybody knows how i do to get the photoplog to work? Now when i typ the address i get a message HTTP 404, anybody knows why?
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  #1811  
Old 22 Jul 2008, 11:50
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Photoplog not displaying images

I have a problem. I just moved my site form one server to another and after this the plugin was not showing the pictures. It works properly i can upload new pics, i can see the new pics, i can see the categories. The problem is that it doesn't display the thumbnails of the pics uploaded before moving the site, neither in the gallery nor in the view picture page.
If i type the url of the pic shown in view picture page, i can see the picture.

Pls help me fix this problem.
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Old 22 Jul 2008, 14:00
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You probably didn't update the file path and page for Photoplog in the Admin CP.
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Old 23 Jul 2008, 13:23
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The Photoplog link and the upload directory are correctly set. And still doesn't show the images. Here is a picture.
how the plugin looks like.

And i get a error when i'm trying to upload a picture , any kind of picture. The error is this : Sorry, rares: Bad Type - File is of the Wrong MIME Type

Last edited by luv20ski; 23 Jul 2008 at 13:29.
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Old 24 Jul 2008, 06:38
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It would be easier to troubleshoot your problem if you linked us to your photoplog gallery.

You have to set the accepted MIME types in your Admin CP, and if you moved servers that often has an affect on your User Group settings, and in turn, file upload size permissions. You may have to reset them.
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Old 24 Jul 2008, 12:20
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the link is this : www.skivirus.com/photo

I couldn't find the option to modify the MIME settings. I'm sort of a beginner in the vbulletin and i would be grateful if you could explain me step by step. Thanks

I have reset all the setting and it is still not working.
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