When users, including me logged in as admin, try and upload a photo the system says it is processing the image list, then it says the image was uploaded successfully. But the image does not upload or show up in the gallery. Safe mode is turned off.
Try yourself deleting all directories under uploads and make sure uploads and data are 777 permissions and try uploading but there is definately a larger issue at play here. If the script can process a file that is put by hand into the uploads directory then your server is not allowing the file to be uploaded in the first place by the upload process this is an issue you host needs to fix.
There does not seem to be a problem with your directories as much as it
may be the program that you are using to try and access your with via
FTP. Does it have a passive setting that you can enable as you upload?
This seems to be a connection error issue and not a permissions issue.
We were able to upload to the directories using our FTP program and
SmartFTP as well. We appreciate your patience.
I replied and tried to explain the situation in more detail that it is not an ftp issue.
What does your host say about there server dropping file uploads?
The issue is simple. You can FTP a file to your uploads directory and it processes fine. If you try to HTTP upload a file to the uploads directory to process your server is dropping the file and not allowing the file upload hense there is nothing to process. There are no permissions errors and everything appears correct. This is happening at the server level. There interaction is needed here. Your gallery worked fine till they did something on the server on the data meantioned when things stopped working.
You will need to create a folder in either your www folder or home
directory and set it as the place where your sessions are saved. You will
have to do this to resolve this situation so that you can upload the
files as they take up space in the tmp folder that PHP writes sessions to
by default. You make this change and your pictures will show up