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I'm trying to display EXIF data for a photo on an attachment page.
I've established the following by using the tool at http://www.wisegeek.com/how-can-i-vi...photograph.htm to examine the image files that wordpress has uploaded into its image folder.
1. The original full size image has the EXIF data intact.
2. All the smaller images that wordpress creates (and therefore the ones it uses in attachments have the EXIF data stripped)
I suspected that the EXIF data would be stripped for the compressed images. However, according to this page http://www.bloggingtips.com/2008/07/...lery-and-exif/ and others the EXIF data is stored in a table for use.
Is Genesis doing this?
My function displays nothing on attachment page:
Can anybody throw any light on this?
Thanks in advance
Ok. I've done a bit of digging around and think I have found the cause of the problem.
This post helped me http://wordpress.org/support/topic/image-meta-data
At the bottom the guy says:
i was missin php module EXIF.
marking it as solved
It led me to think that as I was working on a local server (WAMP) it might not have had this php module EXIF installed (whatever that is!!!).
Tried it on a live site and the EXIF data does get stored in the database and my function now works.
Presume this missing php module EXIF (from WAMP) is the cause?
Last edited by motty07; 02-24-2012 at 04:48 PM. Reason: Problem May Have Been Solved
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