Not working, followed instructions PerFecTLy #24

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frederickweiss opened this Issue Nov 4, 2011 · 2 comments

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http://wp2012.westcoastmartialartsacademy.com/about/
I added the info to my htaccess file, added the JS file, put the "?full=" on my image.
I am so sorry if this is a silly question, but this is just not working for me... please help?

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hguiney Nov 27, 2011

Same's happening with me. If I attempt to access the file by going to /rwd-router/the-file.jpg, it works as expected, but the script doesn't seem to be routing the images on its own.

Edit: Seems the issue was that I was using absolute path names. When I removed the leading slashes in my srcs, it worked. This could probably be fixed by updating the regex that parses image URLs in the source code.

hguiney commented Nov 27, 2011

Same's happening with me. If I attempt to access the file by going to /rwd-router/the-file.jpg, it works as expected, but the script doesn't seem to be routing the images on its own.

Edit: Seems the issue was that I was using absolute path names. When I removed the leading slashes in my srcs, it worked. This could probably be fixed by updating the regex that parses image URLs in the source code.

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Designer023 May 12, 2012

I am having the same issue and can't remove the slash as all my images need to be referenced via the absolute url. A fix for this would be greatly appreciated as I can't figure out the rules that I need to do it myself.

I am having the same issue and can't remove the slash as all my images need to be referenced via the absolute url. A fix for this would be greatly appreciated as I can't figure out the rules that I need to do it myself.

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