Ok, have done further testing and here is addtl info.
Let's call the web site abc.domain.net
What is happening is when I go to display an image from the repository (there are approx 12,000 in version 1.5), I get the following thrown back by the browser. What is happening is something is appending 'plugin' to the URL. Resulting in
I grepped the code to try and find where exactly this is being appended and could not find it, not being a coder for starters.
However, in the Plugins settings, I have disabled every Plugin but in the screen it states the following:
The HtmlPurifier plugin cannot be loaded for the following reasons:
The plugin.php file is missing.
As it appears to be part of another plugin and not something that I could download and put into place, am a bit stuck.
Here is the error that is spit back from browser and it of course is not a DNS problem, but a problem with the word 'plugin' being appended to the end of the domain abc.domain.net
I searched for any reference to this and did not find anything. Also poked around but did not change anything in 'paths.php'.
Finally, I upgraded to 2.* and the error persists. I followed the upgrade sequence to a T. Which is why I am wondering if it is a setting that I need to remove but cannot because the HtmlPurifier is broken and there is no way from the Settings panel to disable it.
Ideas anyone? Am close to having to reload the 12,000+ artifacts and that would be a bit of a drag, sigh. tx
This webpage is not available
The server at abc.domain.netplugins can't be found, because the DNS lookup failed. DNS is the network service that translates a website's name to its Internet address. This error is most often caused by having no connection to the Internet or a misconfigured network. It can also be caused by an unresponsive DNS server or a firewall preventing Chromium from accessing the network.