Capitalization issue in MyCSS plugin (2 posts)

  1. Steph
    Posted 7 years ago #

    I've installed the MyCSS plugin, which I like. However, I get an error message:

    "Oops, my.css cannot be found! Please check the plugin directory and try again, terima kasih."

    In fact, the directory name is spelled MyCSS in the plugin code, but when you unzip the file, it's mycss (no caps). This means the plugin can't find the file!

    I've resorted to editing the plugin file or renaming the directory before activation, but it would be nice if this were fixed in future releases.

    Another example of why one should never capitalize file names on a web server (aside from wikis, of course).


  2. eyn
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Thanks for bringing this up, I will try to update the SVN with the fixed code. If one downloads the plugin file from my site it will work just fine, it's just the way how the WordPress Plugin depository is set up i.e. it renames the downloaded plugin folder to follow the svn "slug" assigned to the plugin.

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