My Omeka Installation

The Process.

The Omeka installation process took longer than anticipated. First, I failed to install it onto the new Subdomain I had made.

Check out my Omeka display!

First I installed Omeka and made a site, but not on my previously made subdomain.

So I reinstalled Omeka onto the subdomain I had made and began making the website and uploading items.

Before I came to the realization I had done it wrong. I had installed Omeka S, instead of the classic version.


Finally, I had made the right sight. But now I was faced with the problem of the still image thumbnails, the images were showing up as links.

My dear mushroom pictures weren’t showing up on this new website.

I needed to change the imagemagick directory path

The Settings tab under my Omeka site.

Most online resources had different image path lines, but after a little bit of rewriting the image path line, I figured out this version works.

/usr/bin command worked, and I was able to properly display the still images in my post.

The photos uploaded are used as a gallery display for my art, specifically mushroom art. It is the begging of learning about, and painting different kinds of Fungi.

One response to “My Omeka Installation”

  1. Ay, das pretty~

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