Support » Plugin: Advanced AJAX Page Loader » AAPL not working after moving site to own subdirectory

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  • Plugin Author Dean Williams

    (@deano1987)

    Please link me to your site with AAPL enabled so I can do some debug and find out whats happening.

    I experienced the same problem with this configuration (WordPress installed in a subdirectory, but displayed at the root) and managed to fix it with 2 simple changes:

    In advanced-ajax-page-loader.php,
    1) edit line 28 to have an additional "../" (total of 4) as wp-config.php is now one level further away from the plugin files

    require_once('../../../../wp-config.php');

    2) edit lines 231 and 232, swap the parameters for get_option(), from

    var AAPLsiteurl = "<?php echo get_option('home');?>";
    var AAPLhome = "<?php echo get_option('siteurl');?>";

    to

    var AAPLsiteurl = "<?php echo get_option('siteurl');?>";
    var AAPLhome = "<?php echo get_option('home');?>";

    I don’t know if they are intentionally mismatched in the first place, but after these 2 changes, everything seems to work fine.

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