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  • Resolved yoshi03bkk

    (@yoshi03bkk)


    after update the plugin version to 2013.0106.1111
    the message below are showing on top of the domains activated the plugin
    ******************
    Missed Schedule Future Posts Cron Job. Try also WordPress 3.5 Regression Ticket #22944.
    ….
    { if (!$scheduledID) continue; wp_publish_post($scheduledID); } } add_action(‘init’, ‘wpms_init’, 0);
    *********************

    how should i do?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-missed-schedule/

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  • Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    1st – Read Here
    2nd – Post a screenshot error … please.

    🙂

    User yoshi03bkk
    Member Since January 29, 2013 (1 hour)

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    [Plugin: √ WP Missed Schedule Fix Failed Future Posts] activate the plugin, then show strange messages Started: 1 hour ago

    … umh!

    I read the page you sent me,
    but don’t understand well

    i wanna sent you a screenshot, but how can i send it to you?

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    yoshi03bkk wrote:
    I read the page you sent me, but don’t understand well

    :lol

    1 – Put a screenshot on online shared free space
    2 – Put a screenshot on your domain
    3 – Post screenshot link on this thread

    http://wordpress.org/about/screenshots/

    P.S. WordPress Version used on upgrade?

    🙂

    http://travel2sri-lanka.info/

    this is the domain showing messages
    could you check it?

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    The Structure of your Custom Theme is Broken!

    Switch to default WordPress Theme and check if you have same error …

    Even use default theme, it still show same message,

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    Default Theme for WordPess 3.5.1 is Twenty Twelve not Twenty Eleven …

    P.S. Try to load WP Missed Schedule 2011.0920.2011 with Twenty Twelve theme.

    After make a reply and waiting my response …

    I believe I am experiencing the same issue after upgrading to WP Missed Schedule version 2013.0106.1111 on WordPress 3.5.

    Screenshot from the WordPress dashboard: http://i.imgur.com/wnlaAMc.png

    i tried wp-missed-schedule.2013.0106.1111 with Twenty Twelve,
    but still showing same message,

    so now i’m using wp-missed-schedule.2011.0920.2011,
    then no message show any more

    are there any security problem if i keep using this old version plugi?

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    yoshi03bkk wrote:

    Are there any security problem if i keep using this old version plugin?

    No! Absolutely Nothing! Is the same code with new GNU style indentation code …

    P.S. The Solution is Coming Soon … Stay Tuned!

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    @evanw

    Please, try to load WP Missed Schedule 2011.0920.2011 and report on this thread if you have same error.

    P.S: Possible NGINX conflict for your question 😉

    🙂

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    @all Users

    WP Missed Scheduled, Version 2011.0920.2011 and Version 2013.0106.1111, was Silent Refresh Updated. Please delete old version not refreshed on your WordPress installation and re-download/re-load this new refreshed version again.

    After report your comment on this thread …

    🙂

    I deleted and re-installed the plugin and I do not currently see the raw code errors I reported earlier.

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    Found and fixed the problem:

    On some APACHE configurations, NGINX, PHP 5.3 ~ 5.5, etc … short PHP tag <? instead long PHP tag <?php are not properly processed.

    At the same time do not put the PHP closing tags at the end of the code of the plugin may cause malfunctions.

    🙂

    Plugin Contributor sLaNGjIs Team

    (@slangji)


    evanw wrote:

    I deleted and re-installed the plugin and I do not currently see the raw code errors I reported earlier.

    If you’re happy with my assistance considers a small donation.

    Thank you.

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