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That's not the issue. Considering we don't use Apache...
Then what is this on my control panel? - Apache version2.2.25
IMO - like other bits of data on cPanel - it is a error...
x10hosting's free-hosting servers run with [ LiteSpeed ]
you can read about it at --> [ http://www.litespeedtech.com/ ]
you will see LiteSpeed in the return-header from you 'site'
and if you use PHP in var $_SERVER['SERVER_SOFTWARE']
Outstanding! Thanks, was unaware that x10 was using the drop in. Prefer coding with Apache but every thing is grand so it's cool. Explains why fopen() and some curl options are unavailable. Gave you a thumbs up but changed it to the useful one since I can only give you one or the other according to the forum but you deserve both. Thanks again.
Thanks leafypiggy... will re-run some script later to check. Busy with other email but appreciate the reply. Nice to see great support throughout the night , now GO TO SLEEP lol
I have the same problem with Wordpress 3.8.1. With certain images - NOT ALL, it will begin uploading, get to a certain percentage (always the same) and then show http error. The size of the images aren't any bigger (and in some cases quite a bit smaller) than others which work. I've tried the following without success:
- Tried renaming .jpg to .png.
- Disabled as many plugins as possible without affecting woocommerce functionality.
- Tried adding code to .htaccess file (shown above and on other forums).
- Tried Nextgen Gallery. Same upload percentage, fails.
- Tried the same image on another Wordpress site I have (still on version 3.3.1) and it works fine.
In one case, I confirmed this was a problem with the auto update to 3.8.1 borking image meta data in the database and preventing the image resize routine from running. Nothing to do with the host. There's a plug in fix listed here which worked in this case:
Try it at your own risk.
Based on a number of different symptoms being reported at the wp.org forum, there may be other issues involved so I suggest users post a question there. It might help isolate the root cause too if everyone here with a problem says when the problem started:
After 3.8.1 auto update?
After 3.8.1 manual update?
None of the above?
Note also the thread at wp.org linked to by an earlier poster is 2 years old so not sure if it's applicable in this case.
At my own risk, I followed your advice and IT WORKED! And what's more, I uploaded an image after using this plugin and everything it's working fine again. Image is uploaded, zero errors!
I recommend to backup your DB before using this plugin... Just in case!
Thanks a lot, Webbrewe
Here's the link of this plugin http://wordpress.org/plugins/force-regenerate-thumbnails/