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ku_image_uploader

This plugin allows you to upload images when editing articles.
This allows you to quickly and easily create beautiful gallery using this plug & smd_gallery.
When loading, the plugin creates a category of images with the name of article IDs.

Requirements:

  • Textpattern 4.2+
  • ku_ajax plugin v 1.0+ (http://txplife.ru/plaginy/ku_ajax)

INSTALLATION

  • To install go to the ‘plugins’ tab under ‘admin’ and paste the plugin code into the ‘Install plugin’ box, ‘upload’ and then ‘install’. Finally activate the plugin.
  • Upload lib and js folders into site root directory

ABOUT

  • enables to resize the images to clientside;
  • files can be uploaded using mutlipart;

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Initially released:
21.11.2013
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20 Nov 2013
Article modified:
15 Oct 2016

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Commented (1)

harri:

Hello, the plugin doesn’t work well for me with txp 4.5.5

As i enter the write tab i get an Internal error “Undefined variable: txt_upload_save”.

However if I edit an existing article the ku_iu_upload menu is there. All I can do is upload images (I had to create a tmp directory in the website root for the images to be actually stoerd), but the category is not created and I suspect that other plugin functions are not working. It may have to do with my hosting provider configuration. The diagnostics tab shows certain PHP functions being disabled, I’m not sure how to enable them:

pclose, proc_nice, proc_terminate, proc_get_status, proc_close, leak, apache_child_terminate, escape, shellcmd, escapeshellarg, shell-exec, crack_check, crack_closedict, crack_getlastmessage, crack_opendict, psockopen, php_u, symlink, ini_restore, posix_getpwuid, pfsockopen

Any help is appreciated :-)

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