I had the carousel working when I set up the blog on a subdomain, aquaman.pogowasright.org (no longer available). When we moved it live tonight by changing the dns, it broke the carousel.
As far as we can figure out, it has to do with hardcoding. Where I had used /wp-content/uploads/<image> for the articleimg fields, they all became hardcoded as aquaman.pogowasright.org/etc... My friend has manually changed those to hardcoding with http://www.domain/etc.
, but the carousel still won't work.
I've deactivated the FCG plugin, uninstalled it, installed a fresh copy and activated, but whatever the problem is, it appears to be hardcoding somewhere in the database that we didn't do.
I changed the gallery settings to display 2 images, and then created two new test posts, using /wp-content/uploads/<image> paths. I can see the images in that directory when I ftp to the site. Yet even with only the two new posts to display, the carousel doesn't work.
I've temporarily disabled the plugin while my friend continues to investigate from the backend to see what he can do to fix things, but does anyone have any ideas how to fix this?