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  • Hello David,

    please note that I abandoned this plugin and will not do any changes to it, so that some day it will become outdated, as I announced on the plugins homepage. Unfortunately I do not have enough time to support it any more.

    Please try the following: Uninstall the cross-references-plugin completely. There is an tool at the plugin’s setting page to do this that removes completely all plugin data from the database.

    After that, activate the plugin again, go to its settings page and set wether the references are by post id or post slug and then rebuild the plugins index (also a tool at the settings page.)

    I think this should work.

    Best regards,


    Thanks for the response, Francesc. I’m sorry to hear you’ve moved on. I’d be very interested to hear what platform you’ve moved to (if that’s what you’ve done). You’ve done a great job on this plugin and I appreciate all your work on it.

    The steps I described in my post got me going again. The only reason I’m leaving this as unresolved is because I had to do something manually in the database to fix it. If I get a chance, I’ll take a look at the code to see if I can fix the problem.

    The other thing that I need to look into supporting is in-page links (i.e. #name).

    Anyway, thanks again for all you’ve done here.


    Hi again,

    well I’ve not moved to another blog platform. I have a small blog that I’ve now integrated with my personal homepage. I do this with a tool written by me I am experiencing with, the ‘Universaltext Interpreter’:

    Thank you for your kind words, good luck!


    Hello Francesc I’m willing to continue your plugin support.

    It is great and cannot be left gone!

    ATM it is working fine for me, but if it gets outdated all my posts will be broken and it will be a pain to get another plugin that does the same.

    Could I keep in contact with you, just in case I’m not able to understand what a piece of code is doing?

    Or as an alternative, is there another plugin that does the same trick?

    Hello shidouhikari,

    I am glad if you develop the plugin further.

    Of course you can contact me if you want to talk about any point, just drop me a line here:

    There are other similar plugins, but as far as I know none does exactly the same thing.

    Best regards,


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