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  1. Not sure how I missed that. Thanks.
  2. I wanted to make sure, do those who did log in (before all this came to light) have anything to worry about?
  3. Nevermind. Just read Bill's update (which seems to validate what ostrich99 said).
  4. Then the registration site got hacked because I have no idea how they were able to send my account number.
  5. That seems logical because when I went I had to recover my account number, it was sent to my e-mail address (and looking at it, it is my account number). I know phishing scams are really good but not that good unless they hacked into to other site or something.
  6. Yeah, I clicked the link and was able to access my account. Please advise what to do!
  7. I finally had upgraded since Norton's plug-in works for this version (but have to wait for future versions). I think it's alright *shrug*. I don't use any of the new stuff though.
  8. Well, found the fix, so I guess for future reference, here's the page (it came through Wordpress Support): http://dre.im/if-pages-return-a-404-after-wordpress-3-1-upgrade/
  9. I opened a support topic on Wordpress but thought I'd ask here as well... When I click on a category link or tag link, I get a 404 error, page not found. Anyone else experience this? Website: http://www.moviemansguide.com Interestingly, when I click on one of the category links, "Artwork", it takes me to a single post rather than listing them all (and there are a few). Otherwise, all the others take me to a 404 error page. I think this occurred when I upgraded to WP 3.1 because the rss feed I have on my Google homepage (linking to Blu-ray reviews), the last post was from Feb 22 and 3.1 was made available on the 23rd. Anyway, the posts and pages themselves are fine, so it's just the category and tag links. I did try the permalink fix but that did nothing. Thanks in advance, Brian Edit: I did some googling and found out that indeed something may be wrong with WP 3.1. In a post entitled "WordPress 3.1 Problem Permalink 404 errors", there was a response below describing my problem: Here's that link to read: http://industrialmarketingadvisers.com/industrial-website-design_/2011/wordpress-3-1-problem-permalink-404-errors/
  10. Not sure if this is the right section, but I was wondering if anyone has had any experience using Piwigo (http://piwigo.org/)? I know someone else who has it and fits my needs for an image gallery. The installation seems simple enough: You download the zip file, unzip the files and upload to the server (they suggest under a folder like photos). Where I get confused in what to provide before installing is the following: - MySQL host - User - Password - Database name Normally when I install these it's through Fantastico, so how do I it here? Is it as simple as setting up a new user in cpanel and creating a database? In the meantime, I'm going to re-explore Coppermine but even if I go in that direction, still interested if others have used Piwigo before.
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