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  • I first customized the database prefix (from wp_ to somethingrandom_), then I activated wassup. It created the database tables fine, but failed to access it or add data to it.

    The fix was to go to the wassup options in the somethingrandom_options table and change wp_wassup to somethingrandom_wassup (and preceeding the entry with the proper character count of that string of course as it is a serialized array).

    There needs to be an update to support custom database prefixes.

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    Wassup doesn’t work with the latest versions of WordPress and there is some function that is depreciated. attribute_escape is deprecated since version 2.8! (from another WordPress member)

    Does anyone know how to fix this problem since wassup doesn’t look like they intend to fix it? I think it’d help everyone if someone could help us figure out what function or line of code to change real quick and then be on our way to working again? ANYBODY AT ALL?



    i have been using wassup for a long time. here is a s/n, works fine for me (on latest wordpress) Also changed the wp_ prefix to my own


    fyi, I had gone in and changed one line in the file named…

    on line 2790
    it says… $delayed=”DELAYED”;//for delayed insert
    it needs to say… $delayed=””;//for delayed insert

    As soon as I saved this file, everything worked just fine again. I hope that helps someone.

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