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    cant add png logo to my site. It meets the measurement requirements and it is small enough, the size is correct but it always gives an error when I try to upload the image. Also the image seems to be broken when I try to insert the logo with link.
    Please advise how to fix this ? Because I am using transparency I have to use png , and not jpg ?

  • #2
    Are you using a full url to the image with the link?
    Are you sure the logo is within the allowed attachment sizes for png?

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    • #3
      Actually I just found out that I can not upload jpg either. I am using the full link to the pictures ; http://kagitvs.com/images/logolar/hobievi.png . You can see the jpg attached. They are all very small in size and not larger than 320 pxl wide.

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      • #4
        Actually as I go through my forum, I see that none of the picture attachments on the messages are shown. They are all seen as broken image. I have updated to VBulletin 5, and could something went wrong on the update ?

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        • #5
          My gut tells me you got a utf8 bom into your config.php files. Make sure they're saved as ASCII/ANSI text files with no UTF8 bom in them.

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          • #6
            Well I have no idea what you are talşking about :? Could you please tell me how do I do that

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            • #7
              I have exactly the same problem. Can not upload from PC or from unrelated web site. Seems the only way might be to rename the "images/misc/vbulletin5_logo.png" and then FTP the new image with the "old" name.

              EDIT: Yup that worked.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by DenizArs View Post
                Well I have no idea what you are talşking about :? Could you please tell me how do I do that
                Honestly the easiest way is to download a good code editor (never use Windows Notepad) - Notepad2 or Notepad++ are good for Windows users (and free.)

                Then re-do both config.php files, although the front end /config.php.bkp file is not usually opened in an editor, just renamed to /config.php

                It's the /core/includes/config.php.new file you need to get a fresh copy out of a vBulletin download zip, then copy all the database settings out of the old file. RENAME the old file config-old.php or the like, do not delete it until you are sure the new file works. Upload the new config.php to the /core/includes/ folder and see if the upload problems go away.

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