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WP 3.7 errors, but working (2 posts)

  1. deafwiggle
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Thank you very much for this plug-in. Exactly what I was looking for.

    I recently upgraded my WP multisite installation to WP 3.7, and WPMS Site Maintenance is generating some errors, though it seems to be functioning OK. (I have not tried this plugin on any other WP version.)

    When first entering WPMS Sitedown, at the very top of the screen is:
    Notice: Undefined index: action in {pathtosite}/wp-content/plugins/wpms-site-maintenance-mode/wpms-site-maintenance-mode.php on line 136

    Just above the options (SITE UP, USER BLOGS DOWN, etc.):
    If you log out (and lock yourself out of the site) visit Notice: get_bloginfo was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.2! The home option is deprecated for the family of bloginfo() functions. Use the url option instead. in {pathtosite}/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3017 {siteurl}/wp-login.php to log back in.

    When I save any change (including SITE UP or switching between any of these options), at the very top:
    Notice: Undefined index: reset in {pathtosite}/wp-content/plugins/wpms-site-maintenance-mode/wpms-site-maintenance-mode.php on line 137 Notice: check_admin_referer was called incorrectly. You should specify a nonce action to be verified by using the first parameter. Please see Debugging in WordPress for more information. (This message was added in version 3.2.) in {pathtosite}/wp-includes/functions.php on line 3060

    Same error as initial entry just before the SITE UP, et al options.

    Plug-ins in use:

    • Fast Secure Contact Form (v4.0.16)
    • Meteor Slides (v1.5.1)
    • User Role Editor (v4.6)
    • WordPress MU Domain Mapping (v0.5.4.4)
    • WPMS Site Maintenance Mode (v.1.0.3)

    (This is on an internal network, so public URL is not available.)

    PS Something that would be of significant value would be the ability to include PHP code in the generated "site down" message. This would allow a variety of options, including an actual start and end time to be configured on a per-site outage basis, include CSS according to theme, etc.

    Thank you again, and I'm looking forward to seeing at least the errors generated by this plug corrected.

    Cheers!
    Dirk

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wpms-site-maintenance-mode/

  2. Joshua Parker
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 7 months ago #

    Thank you for reporting the error. I will take a look at it.

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