I've just set up a new multisite installation. Everything works as I'd except that images don't show up on any of the sub-sites.
Any idea why the images don't show up?
I'm running Wordpress 3.1.1 on IIS6 in a shared Windows server (hosted by Arvixe.com). The secondary sites are in sub-directories rather than sub-domains. The images for the main site work, as does the header image, but the images in sub-sites don't appear.
I know that the images are uploading properly as they appear in the blogs.dir folder on the server. They also show up if I navigate them like this:
However, they don't work when I navigate to them like this:
When I try this second version in IE I get the broken image icon, whereas in Firefox I get just the filename at the top of the screen. Interestingly, when I show the page info in Firefox it shows type as "image/jpeg", which suggests to me (and I might be wrong) that the server has found the image and is attempting to send it to the browser.
My web.config looks like this:
In my settings for the site I've got:
- Site url = http://kramii.com/test/
- Home = http://kramii.com/test/ Upload
- path = http://kramii.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/5/files
- Upload URL path = http://kramii.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/5/files
- Fileupload URL = http://kramii.com/wp-content/blogs.dir/5/files
I've disabled all plugins.
One final note: someone on another site had a similar problem and someone else replied "Is your webhost using a caching mechanism or proxying your webtraffic?". Quite honestly I don't really understand what this means. How would I know? What can I do if they are?