I have a question about an item in our development site. For this item: http://omeka1dev.dlt.psu.edu/peoplescontest/admin/items/show/2 , you'll notice that towards the bottom of the item as you scroll, the same image repeats over and over. How would have this happened and how can it be corrected? Would have it been user error that made this happen? This data was migrated from a different server using the instructions at http://omeka.org/codex/Moving_to_Another_Server. Could have this had something to do with it? We're running version 1.5.3.
That URL seems like it might not be globally-accessible. In any case, it's an admin URL, so people would need to log in.
Can you show a screenshot or something demonstrating the problem?
I added an item to our omeka instance. This item contains 5 screenshots of the item that I was talking about. Notice that on the last screenshot, the same image appears over and over.
As I was doing this, I noticed that this item I just created which is composed of the 5 screenshots actually demonstrates the problem and may shed some light on what is going on. Notice that the screenshots appear and then the title/description of the item and then 5 images and these images are the first image repeated 5 times instead of the 5 unique images. Is it supposed to work like this? That is what apparently was displaying with the item in question. All the images displayed and then the description and then the first image was repeated over and over instead of all the images appearing again. I'm not sure what is supposed to display at the bottom.
Link to the item:
Just getting back to work on omeka after fighting some other fires. Has anyone seen this before or have an idea what is going on?
I'm sorry, but those additional links also don't seem to work. I'm not sure the "omeka1dev.dlt.psu.edu" server is accessible to the public. I can't load any of those links, at any rate, so I haven't been able to see the problem itself or any of the screenshots.
I meant to respond and mention this earlier.
The firewall is now open to the public so you should be able to see what's going on.