• Resolved smartly



    it seems there might be some sort of problem with input sanitization when adding strings to database after firing Duplicate post link in the admin Events tab. Because it reports database error. Though it duplicates the event, all fields that came after the erroneous field remain empty in the duplicated event.
    The problem seems to happen when there is an apostrophe (‘) in the title or text content of the event.

    I am adding screenshot of the error here:

    It is tested on the newest version of WP, newest plugin version (, and PHP version 5.6.*.

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  • Plugin Support angelo_nwl



    can you try to install and activate WP Safe Mode to narrow down the problem and see if there’s any possible conflict with your other plugins or themes?


    Thread Starter smartly


    The plugin is unable to load the install files since it doesn’t accept a self-signed certificate. Nevertheless, I deactivated all plugins manually and the problem seemed to disappear. So now I am going to narrow down the responsible plugin. I will let you know when I find the culprit.

    Plugin Support angelo_nwl


    Okay, I’m going to mark this as resolved for now and re-open anytime if needed.

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