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  1. I recently moved my WordPress sites from one server to another. I have a pretty much identical setup, same theme, many of the same plugins, yet charts load on the old site but not the new one: Old: New: I did turn off all plugins to see if there was a conflict, there is not, and made sure the fusioncharts folder is in the root directory. Any tips?
  2. Hello, I am trying to render a Gantt chart in Wordpress. I am created the xml file on the fly with data from MySQL tables, saving the xml and then calling it with the new FusionCharts function. However, I am getting an "Error in loading data". I have the php files saved as template filed in a child directory under my theme directory and the script runs fine when creating the xml files. However, if I under the Network tab in the browser debugger, I am getting 404 errors when trying to read the xml files. The code that I am using to read them is $readchartfilename = "./wp-content/themes/uncode-lite/ocga_pages/".$chartname.".xml"; $columnChart = new FusionCharts("gantt", $chartId, "100%", 200, $chartname, "xmlurl", $chartfilename); If I run an echo on the getcwwd() - I get /home2/calypso/public_html/ogca and on $readchartfilename, I get - ./wp-content/themes/uncode-lite/ocga_pages/LadybirdFarms.xml. But the files that the FusionCharts function is under the folder of the page name (farm-crop-production) URL - Would appreciate any assistance. Thanks Steve
  3. Transparent Loading

    Hi all, Simple one no doubt for the pros: I render my charts on a grey div background. Whilst they are loading, there are huge white gaps on the grey background. I like the data loading bar, just not the big white gaps... any way of making the canvas/ bg transparent from the very beginning? To be specific: I am rendering the graphs (guages, sparks, zoomline, maps) from data in a xml files individually generated by code in a php page, contained in a wordpress site, having tried all the forums and google, I have a glass of wine in my hand and I'm wearing jeans and a t-shirt. I also am not a big fan of fresh tomatoes, though mixed with some burrata and greek basil, I can be persuaded. MASSIVE fan of indian food. I could go on, though it's getting less and less relevant. Cheers! Mark