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  • In reply to: Broken Images on Catergory/Archive Pages

    #46613

    Hi Syahir,

    Is it possible to change the thumbnail directory for Graphene Neo? Perhaps, simply modify a config file to make the below changes to “wp-config” apply for both desktop and mobile devices.

    define( ‘UPLOADS’, ”.’files/media’ );

    Thank you.

    In reply to: Broken Images on Catergory/Archive Pages

    #46612

    Hi again,

    Your hypothesis was correct, proven by moving a specific article folder to the default wp-content/upload directory and the category thumbnail loads successfully.

    So, I assume that the solution would be to, either, copy all folders from my custom upload directory to the default directory, or is it possible to simply modify a config file for Neo in a similar way as I have done with “wp-config” (see above)?

    Thanks.

    In reply to: Broken Images on Catergory/Archive Pages

    #46611

    Thank you Syahir,

    I have specified the following in wp-config.php to:

    define( ‘UPLOADS’, ”.’files/media’ );

    This was done at the initial setup of the site.

    Shouldn’t this point all images to this directory, including those via a mobile device (Neo)? Rather than the default WordPress uploads folder. Or do I need to define the same upload directory in Neo as well?

    Thank you.

    BR,

    Carl

    In reply to: Broken Images on Catergory/Archive Pages

    #46609

    Hi again,

    I would very much appreciate if the cause of the problem was pinned down, even if it is impossible to solve without reconstructing the filesystem on the server. Even if this was the case, the problem could be avoidable in the future, if the site were to move.

    Thank you.

    Have a nice weekend.

    BR,

    Carl

    In reply to: Broken Images on Catergory/Archive Pages

    #46608

    Hi,

    I would assume that the problem has to do with a customized media folder setup? That is. storing my uploaded images and files outside the main WordPress folder (wp-content/uploads folder). Is this correct?

    Thank you.

    BR,

    Carl

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