My plug in stopped working when I did the update 3 days ago. Now my readers cannot receive my updates and no one can subscribe. Please view my website to see what the subscribe 2 plug in looks like now. Please help!! I really need this fixed asap!
Hallo, when a post is published an 24.05.2014 14:00
and “Auto prune Posts” is set to delete the post
in 1 day
Will the post be deleted on 25.05.2014 on 0:00 or on 14:00
Just a general question. I am wondering if there is any limit on how many posts I can publish at one go. Will 100+ posts (or even more) at once break it?
How can one configure sending email through an external SMTP vs a local relay? I think it would be a really useful feature for larger subscriber lists and keeping hosts happy(-er)
Hello, great work on AutoPrune plugin for WP! I’m just wondering. If I set it to delete posts after 2 months and set to ALL categories, does that mean:
A) In 2 months every single post is going to be deleted,
or B) Once any post in the selected category becomes 2 months old it gets automatically deleted?
I’m just confused a bit, tnx!
I was just wondering, more than a suggestion, if there’s a way I can get the flags to the right side of the nav-bar instead of next to the last item in the menu? More where the search-function has been before I had it removed.
I’m really new to this and I bet there are ways to do this in PHP, I just don’t know which files to edit to do it.
We are using Subscribe2 and the the Subscribe2 Widget. The widget does not incorporate any of the various captcha or other plugins to require some sort of human interaction for registration. Is there some sort of plugin for the widget that would require human interaction to prevent bot registration?
how often or when does the purge process run.
using “WPML flag in menu” the flags don’t show up, I’m using the Olya theme by WooThemes.
Automatic confirmation emails to people who register contain unformed usernames. Example, instead of the username entered in the registration form (lets say, John) one contained:
Those inaccurate usernames do not work for logging in to our site, although if a user can remember the username they entered in the registration form, they can use it along with the password they entered (also returned by the plugin) to log in.
The plugin worked properly at one time, but people are complaining now. BTW, I am not a developer — and I didn’t know how to answer the question about setting the plugin to inactive, because that would completely disable the function.