It's because of a too strong Email Address Obfuscation service of CloudFlare that interferes with @ characters in inline CSS. Some CSS has @, for example media queries and retina-ready file names that contain @2x text. JIG uses those for the magnifier icon on the thumbnails. Some presets include the magnifier icon and that in [...]
This happens because URLs with a tilde symbol (~) are considered temporary while you haven't connected to a domain yet. On some servers this is problematic because the directory on the server itself doesn't contain that symbol, thus TimThumb cannot find your image internally. It would treat it as an external image, but it stops [...]
This error appears when JIG initially thought there was content to show (and found some), but when gathering a list of thumbnails it ruled all of them out. The cause may be:
When using WPML: all of the posts are in a different language. Either translate all articles or use the duplicate feature in WPML [...]
If you need to revert to a working state ASAP, rename the plugin's folder via FTP, which is at /wp-content/plugins/justified-image-grid/ but make sure you continue reading for the solution.
When your site crashes, it's usually due to a PHP fatal error. Often, the error message is hidden (blank screen). First, we need to see what [...]
This fix aims to solve the problem when only some individual images go missing, seemingly randomly. You might notice that unloadable images get popped from the grid. You can stop this error checking and find the cause of the problem by following these steps:
Edit your shortcode and set General tab > Behavior of the plugin > Error [...]
This is a classic symptom of using the plugin with a theme with AJAX navigation. It is also known as animated page loading. JIG only loads its scripts when they are actually needed by a gallery on any given page. Then the required scripts are loaded in the footer. In an AJAX setup, the content with the gallery [...]
It happens because the page with the gallery is on a different host than the one where the thumbnails are coming from.
Go to WordPress dashboard > Plugins > Editor and select Justified Image Grid (or use an FTP client).
Add the host of your website, or use the wildcards to set it up according to your needs:
JIG uses an automatic width detection, meaning that it'll snap to the maximum available horizontal space, just like text. Sometimes this cannot be achieved. If your content area is manipulated or loaded later than normal page loading sequences, JIG might not be able to detect the (changed) width. In this case the grid will show [...]
If you received this dreaded message, please don't worry. There is a solution 100% of the time. There could be a number of reasons why your thumbnails won't load. It's either a server setup related issue (file and folder permissions), your security plugins getting proactive, malformed Content Delivery Network URL or something else, in which [...]
It may be surprising but this error may indicate just what it says. "There are no photos with those IDs or post * does not have any attached images!" You may have an empty shortcode or a malformed shortcode that defaults to being an empty shortcode. Without valid attributes belonging to an image source, a [...]