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[Resolved] Feed Issue

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  • Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    Very weird, I’ll look into that Dinata.

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    I can’t reproduce on my testblog, which makes things slightly more complicated.

    Can you open up /wp-content/plugins/autoptimize/autoptimize.php and on line 50 replace

    // if (!is_user_logged_in()) {
    with
    if (!is_feed()) {

    and on line 93 replace
    // }
    with
    }

    This should stop any interference of Autoptimize with your feed?

    Thank you for your quick feedback support. After I made some changes in autoptimize.php file as you suggest, the feed issue gone and my feed back to be valid now.

    Once again, Thanks Futtta.

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    You’re welcome. I’ll look into this some more for the next release and will probably include this fix in it.

    Hello Dear Futtta,

    1) I LOVE your plugin.
    2) I’ve just discovered I also have a similar issue (your plugin breaks my feed).
    I suspect this is the same problem already reported here:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/plugin-autoptimize-rss-feed-breaks?replies=1

    I have turned the plugin off in the meanwhile, but I’m looking forward to turning it back on once you update to include this fix.

    Thanks,
    Tal

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    Interesting you’re encountering the same problem Talgalili. You should be able to continue to use Autoptimize if you turn CSS-optimization off.

    But as you’re such a big fan, I might push out a small update (for this and another small bug) soon just to thank you for your feedback 🙂

    I’ll ping you guys here as soon as the update is out.

    Thanks Futtta,

    That would be greatly appreciated 🙂

    With regards,
    Al

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    I just pushed out 1.6.4 with this fix in it guys. Hope you like it 🙂

    HI Futta,
    Thank you for the fix!

    Sadly, this does seem to fix the problem for the feeds, however, whenever I turn your plugin on, my homepage has a white screen of death.
    My site is:
    r-bloggers.com

    Any idea on what might be causing it?

    Thanks!

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    that is _very_ weird, there are 3 very small fixes in there, none of which should cause any breakage. do you see anything in your php error log that could help?

    on a side-note; I sometimes suffer from wsod’s as well, believed to be caused by a combination of wp super cache & apc. restarting apache solves that, I even have a script that is cronned to check & restart if needed every 10 minutes.

    Hi Futta,
    My r-bloggers.com is loading fine
    Could you please try again or post what your ip is?
    (you can also e-mail it to me tal.galili@gmail.com)

    10x

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    It is, I had already updated my reply (cfr. above);

    very weird, there are only 3 very small fixes in there, none of which should cause any breakage. do you see anything in your php error log that could help?

    on a side-note; I sometimes suffer from wsod’s as well, believed to be caused by a combination of wp super cache & apc. restarting apache solves that, I even have a script that is cronned to check & restart if needed every 10 minutes.

    Hi Futtta,

    I’ve looked at –
    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/faq/

    And there it says it is either caused by APC or a php error somewhere.

    Question: is there any chance you’d be able to implement into your plugin the ability to selectively have autoptimize NOT run for some types of pages (such as calls for is_home(), and others). In a similar way as wp-super-cache allows selective deactivation of the caching.

    This way I’d be able to more easily debug this, and people in the future would be able to turn your great features off in specific types of pages.

    What do you think?

    Cheers,
    Tal

    Plugin Author Frank Goossens

    @futtta

    I would be surprised to have introduced a PHP error with 1.6.4 (I run it in WordPress debug mode to output all errors, warnings and notices and see nothing), but if any they should show up on your php error log?

    I’m working on an API for my other plugin (WP YouTube Lyte), allowing to override default behavior and will probably add something similar to Autoptimize in the future. That future API could allow altering the default behavior as you describe.

    To debug this;

    • can you confirm you did not have this issue with 1.6.3, or wasn’t 1.6.3 active due to the feed-issue?
    • can you try if restarting apache changes anything (re my occasional wsod’s)?
    • can you deactivate all 3 types of Autoptimization (JS, CSS & HTML) and then selectively re-activate them to see when the problem starts occurring?

    Hi Futtta:

    1) I did NOT have this issue with 1.6.3
    2) Sorry, but I don’t have access to restarting the server, I’d have to ask the admins (and I’m trying to avoid it if possible)
    3) Just did. It seems that the HTML is the one causing it. Once I deactivated it, and left the rest working – the problem was resolved. (turning it back on, returned the problem)

    What do you think?

    Tal

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