Browsing through http://www.juicebox.net/support/wp-juicebox/ I have noticed that:

The following plugin is not compatible with WP-Juicebox. Please disable this plugin when using WP-Juicebox:
Contact Form 7

I have tested and indeed - after disabling CF7 juicebox work correctly.

However this is not a solution at all. Contact Form 7 is one of the best (if not best) contact page plugin.

This compatibility issue should be fixed asap. Till then I will have to disable Juicebox unfortunately.

Got same issus on WordPress 3.4.1

http://i.imgur.com/qxC49.jpg

Theme: Angular
By Kriesi Version 1.1.1


Plugins:

Akismet
Version 2.5.6 | By Automattic

Contact Form 7
Version 3.2 | By Takayuki Miyoshi

Disqus Comment System
Version 2.72 | By Disqus

Jazzy Forms
Version 0.9.10 | By Igor Prochazka

Regenerate Thumbnails
Version 2.2.3 | By Viper007Bond

W3 Total Cache
Version 0.9.2.4 | By Frederick Townes

WP-Juicebox
Version 1.1.0 | By Juicebox

WP-Mail-SMTP
Version 0.9.1 | By Callum Macdonald

WP Google Fonts
Version v2.7 | By Adrian3

Has anyone successfully configured Juicebox to work properly with WordPress plugin "W3 Total Cache" and CDN?

Coz in my case config.xml file got cached by CDN and I receive "Juicebox Error: Config XML file not found.".

Do not know what to do.

However, your XML file is stored on: http://media.kutovadesign.com/
All Juicebox files should be stored on the same domain (or subdomain).

I do see config XML file in "wp-content/uploads/juicebox/"
We are using WordPress plugin W3 Total Cache + Amazon CloudFront CDN for speed increase.
I guess I have to setup somehow that "config XML" would not be fetched by CDN (media.ourdomain.com)

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(485 replies, posted in Juicebox-Pro Support)

It would be great to be able to use photos from 500px.com which quite popular nowadays.

@Steven thank you for your answer.

First of all sorry for posting in the wrong forum. I do not own paid (Pro) version yet.

>the XML files are stored in the 'wp-content/uploads/juicebox/' folder.
Checked

> /juicebox/' full access permissions (777).
Checked

>other requirements for WP-Juicebox are met.
Checked. Although not sure how to check "PHP DOM extension enabled"

Here is the example page: http://www.kutovadesign.com

Update. Issue has been handled. Thank you for your help.

Juicebox Error: Config XML file not found.

Got same error. 

Make sure the config.xml file is in the gallery folder

Should it be in /wp-content/uploads in case of WordPress?
If there is no any what shoud I do? Why this file is not generated?