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  • Plugin Author Rhys Wynne


    Volunteer Moderator

    Hi Paul,

    This should’ve been fixed in the previous version. Odd. Will look into it again.



    Plugin Author Rhys Wynne


    Volunteer Moderator

    Fixed this (or will fix this) – just putting some finishing touches to v2.7.1. Will be released soon 🙂

    Hi Rhys,
    I have the same issue on a local Mamp install with this result:
    The two folders are real, not url rewrited.
    The form is placed on the page news (first level page)
    which has a url like this:
    so it should be like this:

    Thanks for the work on this plugin though, it’s nice and clean 🙂

    Ok it seems the HTTP_REFERER don’t show at all in my firefox 19.0 (OSX 10.6.8). It works fine in Chrome. It had nothing to do with the /folder/subfolder/ thing in the url, nor MAMP as I thought… (I tried on a server too).

    I made a solution.
    Tell me if you think it’s clean.

    I add a hidden input with the id in the form
    <input type="hidden" name="wp_page_id" value="<?php the_ID(); ?>" />
    (display.php line 27)

    And use the permalink in place of $_SERVER[‘HTTP_REFERER’];
    (process.php line 52)

    if(isset($_REQUEST['wp_page_id'])) {
    	$starturl = get_permalink( $_REQUEST['wp_page_id'] );

    It’s working fine on pages. It didn’t on my articles pages but it was because of a loop context in my template file not scoped on page so you just have to save the $post context before the loop showing articles and restore it then.

    <?php $tmp_post = $post; // save page context
    // your loop on articles
    $post = $tmp_post; // restore page context ?>
    // your sidebar call

    Hope it can help some over people in the same case.

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