TimThumb users and WordPress Theme users using TimThumb, please upgrade

News [April 24th, 2012]: I’ve launched Wordfence to permanently fix your WordPress site’s security issues. Click here to learn more.

I’ve done a ton of work on TimThumb this weekend and there are a few great enhancements. E.g. if you have pngcrush or optipng installed, it will now use 66% less disk space and give you comparable quality images.

Please grab the latest version of TimThumb on this page. Then let me know if you have any feature requests or find any bugs by reporting them here.

Here’s the TimThumb changelog since I released 2.0 about 48 hours ago.

56 thoughts on “TimThumb users and WordPress Theme users using TimThumb, please upgrade

  1. sorry image didnt display
    “EAC to harmonise insurance regulations toward common market” src=”http://www.riskafrica.com/wp-content/themes/zenko/functions/theme/thumb.php?src=http://i0.wp.com/www.riskafrica.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/EAC-to-harmonise-insurance-regulations-toward-common-market.jpg?fit=1024%2C1024&w=90&h=80&zc=1&a=c

  2. Hi Mark

    Please can you help

    My url on image are showing like this

    on my home page from my post..

    how can i fix this

  3. My issue with the “Timthumb could not find internal image” error and nginx was that the document root wasn’t set right.

    My issue was that I needed to fix the location setup, the fastcgi examples on the nginx site were incorrect.

  4. I am using timthumb on one site and want to load a resized image into my php script to save it into a blob. But somehow the image cant be loaded. I thinkit is something with the query string. How would one load a timthumb image into php ?

  5. Hey!
    I’ve found a big problem: tinythumb (as of 2.8.5) can’t really cope with chrooted docroots. That is, for php the docroot is /home/html/, but realpath gives /chroot/home/html.
    Solution: last line in the CalcDocRoot function should be:
    $this->docRoot = realpath($docRoot);

  6. A TimThumb error has occured
    The following error(s) occured:

    Could not find the internal image you specified.

    Query String : src=http://66.147.230.132/~viking/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/timthumb-12.jpg&w=248&h=180
    TimThumb version : 2.8.10

    above error is occured when i access thumbnail image
    help me to solve this

    • Hi Mark,
      The problem is when I access the url: http://66.147.230.132/~viking/?page_id=3766 we see that thumbnail image is not show and shadow image also.
      and on home page images are not visible we inspect element with firebug then message show is Failed to load given url
      I am using OPTIONS THEME.
      please advise me

      Thanks
      kamlesh

  7. I have a site and timthumb is not working. I have don’t everything.. Could anyone help me?

  8. Help
    A TimThumb error has occured
    The following error(s) occured:

    Could not find the internal image you specified.

    Query String : src=http://blogandgeek.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01/facebook_wallpaper_blogandgeek.png&h=&w=280&zc=1
    TimThumb version : 2.8.5

  9. Hi Viad

    Can you tell me what line of the script you changed to make the absolute path.

    Kant seem to get this thing working done all the 755 etc.

    An I don’t see any post as to how to fix the issue.

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