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1x1.gif tops my error log - what's that all about?

1x1.gif tops my error log - what's that all about?

Saturday 25 January 2003 10:58:51 am - 1 reply

My version 3 site has been running for two weeks now very happily. But my site log says by far the biggest error is calls to 1x1.gif.
When I look in ezPublish, as supplied in the demo, the only 1x1.gif is a folder.
What is this 1x1.gif all about? Surely it should be a file with a 1x1 dot in it?
Anyone got a clue?
Richard.

Wednesday 29 January 2003 10:22:21 am

> > My version 3 site has been running for two weeks now
> very
> > happily. But my site log says by far the biggest error
> is
> > calls to 1x1.gif.
> > When I look in ezPublish, as supplied in the demo, the
> only
> > 1x1.gif is a folder.
> > What is this 1x1.gif all about? Surely it should be a
> file
> > with a 1x1 dot in it?
>
> I think there's a mixup in one of the scripts! 1x1.gif is
> also a directory name! 1x1_transparant.gif is a 1 x 1 sized
> transparant pixel.
>
> If you have the demodata installed, alter
> ./design/user/override/templates/pagelayout_section_5.tpl
> and replace 'image/1x1.gif|ezimage' with '1x1.gif|ezimage'.
> Next, go to ./design/standard/images and copy
> 1x1-transparant.gif to 1x1.gif.

See what you mean but I knocked out all those section layouts in the first instance. I am using only pagelayout.tpl in template folder which already only calls 1x1.gif|ezimage and the error I get is it can't find it in the root directory.
Clearly there is some other reference to 1x1.gif somewhere in the templates that I haven't found yet, or the ezimage function is faulty.
In the meantime I have simply made my own 1x1.gif and put it in the root directory. I hope that will solve the problem but if anyone can shed any light on why ezPublish is looking for a 1x1.gif in the root folder then please advise.
Richard.

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