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After changing the name of the objects in the bucket by removing all special characters, everything works.
I read this documentation, but I was thinking that these rules only applied to bucket names (which I respected) but that for uploaded files, no restriction exist.
Yes, a little bit of everything. I will make a test after transforming everything in lowercase and remove any special characters.
I use Amazon S3 then if it’s the most efficient way to handle. I have create a bucket, uploaded the files, enter the access keys for the plugin. But when I try to test the upload via an encrypted link, S3 response with a message containing:
The specified key does not exist.
But the URL is right (it was copied from S3). I assume some right access problem is involved. When reading the documentation, it states that the objects in S3 must stay private (only the owner can read or write the object).
Any idea where to search?
Enclosing the shortcodes within a HTML table was my initial solution. But I was asking myself if a more “elegant” solution was available.