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Error Message about a file attribute

Post by Westlake » Fri Aug 25, 2017 4:39 pm

I have two files that displays the error message, "GGPKG_PLUGIN_ERROR_FILE_ATTRIBUTE" instead of the Pano2VR file. This is a new development today, I have successfully published several Pano2VR files without problems.

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Re: Error Message about a file attribute

Post by Hopki » Fri Aug 25, 2017 5:34 pm

Hi,
Moving this to the correct forum.
A bit more information is required, whats your website, Wordpress, Joomla?
Has your website updated and now longer works?
Can you create a new post and add one of the existing panos in the media folder to it?
As much information as possible so we can help
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Re: Error Message about a file attribute

Post by Westlake » Fri Aug 25, 2017 6:11 pm

Sorry for the lack of detail, I should have been more explicit:

It's a Joomla site, the site is working well.

Page with tour showing as intended:
http://skateparktour.ca/site-map/articl ... k-delta-bc

Page generating error message:
http://skateparktour.ca/site-map/articl ... 209-sylvan
code used: {ggpkg file=“SylvanLakeVR"} (file name is correct and was uploaded using Joomla)


Test page shows the same 2 files, both working!
http://skateparktour.ca/news/site-news/534-pano2vr-test

code used - working example: {ggpkg file="LadnerVR"}

code used second example:{ggpkg file="SylvanLakeVR"}

HTML on page that is not working:
<h2>Skatepark Tour  </h2>
<p>{ggpkg file=“SylvanLakeVR"}</p>
<p> </p>
<h4>Skatepark Photos</h4>


The file is not the problem, and the code looks the same on all of the tours, I'm obviously making a small mistake somewhere that I can't see!

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Re: Error Message about a file attribute

Post by Hopki » Fri Aug 25, 2017 6:50 pm

Hi,
So the package works in a different page but not the one you want ?
Are you using the same embed code string in both pages?
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Re: Error Message about a file attribute

Post by Westlake » Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:40 pm

Even though the looked exactly the same, in both modes, all pages are working now after I retyped the embed code string. If it happens again I will retype the embed code first, before starting a thread,

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Re: Error Message about a file attribute

Post by Hopki » Fri Aug 25, 2017 7:46 pm

Hi,
You will probably not be surprised to know that the biggest culprit is formatted quotes otherwise know as speech marks.
If you type out the embed string in a word processor first the chances are the characters will get formatted which will brake the string.
Just retyping the quotes would of probably fixed the issue.
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Re: Error Message about a file attribute

Post by 360Texas » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:48 pm

Yes, word processors like Word Pad and MS Word will break the code because formatting the text in background. IF you need straight ASCII character TEXT for coding use a TEXT editor.

We use NOTEPAD in Win 10 for straight ASCII text for coding.
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Re: Error Message about a file attribute

Post by Westlake » Mon Aug 28, 2017 5:50 pm

Thanks Hopki & 360Texas, good information to know!

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