Cozmoslabs forums

It’s been really difficult to keep track of bugs and requests for the free Themelets I’ve released. There are over 380 comments related to the free themes and since I have plans in the future to release more a forum sounded as a good idea.

Besides support for the themes I hope to discuss any issues you might have with the code snippets found on the site.

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7 thoughts on “Cozmoslabs forums

  1. My WordPress browser and flash image uploaders both say: The uploaded file could not be moved to D:\Hosting\3056829\html/wp-content/uploads/2009/12.

    I’ve since found this information.

    How do I find where line 260 is? Does this fix actually work anyway?

    Also, if I were to figure how to restore from my backup made a couple of weeks back, does anyone think that would remove any extra .php files that may be installed?

    When 2.9 comes out, will that automatically remove any “bad” stuff that’s already on my server?

    Should each of these questions be a different topic?

    Feel the appreciation!

  2. Hope this is okay.
    Posted December 15, 2009 at 10:51 pm | Permalink

    @Diana have you tried to move the files manually? That might resolve the issue or help in getting to the bottom of it.
    Posted December 16, 2009 at 1:17 am | Permalink

    I believe I started another topic somewhere on here. I am able to upload images to my server, I think I can manually enter the html to put them in my pages and posts, not sure yet, but I found by searching around that there seems to be a problem. 2.8.5 Unrestricted File Upload Arbitrary PHP Code Execution has made my files accessible to whatever may have written into them.

    Thanks for your reply.

    So, now that I’ve tried adding images by uploading them to my GoDaddy database and then planting them in my posts through html, I’m finding it doesn’t work. Or, that I’m not able to make it work.

  3. To be honest I think this is a permissions problem. I doubt it’s any exploit at work here, just that somethings probably changed in GoDaddy’s server settings.

    Try to give 777 ftp permissions to the upload folder, the 2009 folder and the 12 folder inside wp-content. DO NOT give 777 permissions on anything else except the upload, 2009 and 12 folders on the server.

    Here is a really extensive tutorial about file permissions: File Permissions Tutorial

    Also as a side note, when I said post this on the forums, I meant this LINK. Here is just a post announcing the new forums, not the forums them self! 🙂

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