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    • CommentAuthoriisamu
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2005
    I am having the same problem. The Collection and Album Appear fine. When I upload a file it gives me a blank page. If I check the Album, I see that the image for the album is the picture I just uploaded, but if I click on the album I get a plank page. Help Us please. To look at what its doing check out
    • CommentAuthoriisamu
    • CommentTimeDec 8th 2005
    Ok, Got the upload blank page fixed, but still getting a blank page when you try and get into an album.
    • CommentAuthorvallius
    • CommentTimeDec 21st 2005
    I get this behavior when uploading large images (I tried 1.5 MB). Help appreciated.

    • CommentAuthorhenk
    • CommentTimeJan 3rd 2006
    Same problem here, in my case the empty page appears when choosing upload and import, also the view is empty.

    I read a solution that works for some, not for me :-(

    Also size of the image doesn't matter, I tried a small one. It appears to be a PHP related bug. Anti got it partly solved, but not for everyone as far as I can see??

    My server has
    PHP 4.3.2
    safe mode OFF
    phpMyAdmin 2.6.0-pl3
    MySQL 3.23.58
    • CommentAuthorskully
    • CommentTimeJan 9th 2006 edited
    Hi , can only add my experience. As I have now upgraded to the 2.1 and been staring into the white screen of death called plog-import.php.

    My site was also hacked, so i deleted everything and upgraded. I have been struggling for the past week trying to get photos to be uploaded (using the FTP method then importing). Plogger sees the folder I created, and when you click on that folder the blank screen appears.

    Some of my pics where 120kb or so in size, some 200kb, and a little bigger than the standard 800x600 size, but not by terribly much.
    So i resized them to 800x600 with Xnview and ftp'd them again.

    Seems to have done the trick.
    I have no other explanation for this behaviour, though i bet you php boff might have a better idea.


    **edit - after messing around a bit more I found Richards solution found here:

    Now it doesn't have a problem seeing files which are +-700kb in size.
    Seems like this has fixed my problem, thanks.