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PHP error when uploading images using DevDemon Channel Images
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I had created a CI field, and the first Size/Action I created was Watermark (Image). I then added a Resize (Adaptive) action to this. Uploading an image brought up this error. I then removed the ...

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Error after EE2.9 update. Conditional fix required
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Ok finally worked out that all i needed to do was add a double pipe character between fields. {if jumper_colour || sash_colour || tie_colour || saddle_colour || rally_colour}

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Channel Videos - Display if video exists
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Solution (provided by eeharbor) was to use the below 'if' statement. {if '{exp:channel_videos:videos entry_id="{entry_id}" limit="1"}{video:total}{/exp:channel_videos:videos}' != ''} code {/if}

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No file was uploaded or file is not allowed by EE.(See EE Mime-type settings)
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I further increased two settings (not sure if that helped), but also found and updated the 'post max size'. Successfully uploaded a 17MB file. max_execution_time = 600 upload_max_filesize = 200M ...

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File exceeds maximum dimensions and is not resizable
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It's now been a little while since i posted this question. I cannot recall which project this was in relation to but i think it was resolved. I think it was in relation to some server settings, which ...

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Update to v2.10.1 causing layout to be messed up
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Turns out the backspace="2" was causing the issue. Maybe Navee updated their code so it was no longer required.

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Grid conditional for a file(s) - If file exists display content (file)
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I worked this out by doing this {if files}{my_snippet}{/if} And then in my snippet {files} <a href="{files:file}">{files:file_name}</a> {/files}

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