vb3.5 and photopost 5.1
Know i have upgrade my vBulletin to 3.5. My Photopostversion is 5.1.(first run on vbulletin 3.0.7)
Now if i open my forum/gallerie i become a white Site.
Can me anybode say please what iu must do if i want to upgrade my photopost for 3.5?:confused:
Greets from Austria :D
There is an Upgrade Information thread at the top of the page that should get your going - also check the CHANGELOG file in the documentation directory if you weren't running 5.14 you'll need to read the items for the versions after yours.
I have also got this problem and today I thought I would sit down and try and get it solved, made a little progress but ultimately it is not working.
I am certain the lines I am adding to index.php are correct as if I upload the two includes as blank files the forum will appear, if I upload the files form teh archive I get the white page.
My version of vBulletin 3.5.1 and I am suing a full yup to date version of the Photopost upgraded this morning. The gallery itself is working absolutely fine!
Double check your settings and paths as this would cause a white page
Well I know the changes I made to /forum/index.php have to be correct as I noticed that when I had the files empty and pointing at the right place the page loaded fine, when I purposefully made the path wrong it would not load.
But I have double checked config-inc (which must be fine as the gallery itself is fine?), config-int and I didn't find any changes that needed to be made to header-inc.
Is there anything else I might need to do??
A white page suggests a wrong path or parse error.
I am pretty sure the problem must lie in this file somewhere
http://forum.osnn.net/index2.php I get the blank page.
I guess I must be missing something obvious but I just can't see it.
Hello can't comment some non standard file but as long as your paths are correct it works fine
Your talking here about trying to show the photo block on your vb main page right? Just making sure since your trailing on a thread that has nothing to do with this topic.
In your vb3 index.php this should work
Turns out it was because I use mysqli rather than mysql as that is what vbulletin recommends that I do, so I will have to leave it off for now :(
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