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since the first clean pligg install ive had problems with uploading displaying on my site not only that i cant even upload not even a sign of life . what I mean by that is that when I click on the upload button there is supposed to be a .gif loading displaying but nothing . I did chmod 777 on every upload url folder possible but nothing changed and my hosting client service tells me that there is something wrong with my cms that I have to look on my settings the thing is that there is nothing I havent looked into . im just trying to get it to work someone else?

also my template is supposed to pick up images automaticaly from websites (heppy template) but only a blackscreen appears with an url error I suppose both problems are related ... thanks to anyone in advance !

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    this is what I get on my pligg admin error log:

    PHP Warning: You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near 'ORDER BY saved_id DESC limit 5' at line 1 in /home/yqadgsgl/public_html/libs/db.php on line 479

    and this is what I get on my Cpanel error log:

    PHP Warning: Table 'yqadgsdl_mtlvibes.yqadgsgl_mtlvibesmembers' doesn't exist in /home/yqadgsdl/public_html/libs/db.php on line 479, referer: />
    I Gave acces people over my web hosting site and they havent found anything wrong on my settings I tried lower resolution pictures but nothing (175kb) I cannot go anywhere with pligg if this perssist this is sad ANYONE?

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    Everything else works??? Error only occurs on uploading files??? Doesn't the table name look suspicious to you? Like the table name is there then added again before the actual name?? Do you see it?


    Try to Disable the upload module Delete it and upload it again in binary mode via ftp. Or atleast reload it and reinstall.

    I'm just guessing but that's where I'd go next. Don't just uninstall and reinstall Because I suspect a corrupt file. It points at DB.php in the error log but if everything else works then that probably isn't the problem.

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    Try to look on Admin > Error Log if there's some info about any errors within your site.

    You may also take a look on the Error Log in your host' control panel.

    CHMODing 777 to files and folders that aren't supposed to be will also cause an error. Just CHMOD files and folders that were stated in the Pligg README file and on the modules' README file if any.

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