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  • Resolved slangs


    I updated to the newest plugin version, and immediately I could no longer access my site from multiple browsers – the minute I deactivated the plugin, the site reappeared.

    I didn’t even know there was a problem at first because it loaded perfectly logged into WP.

    Any ideas – I use SuperSocializer, but I deactivated it (and a bunch of other recently-updated plugins) with no change.

    P.S. PHP Version is: 5.4.45

    • This topic was modified 2 years, 5 months ago by slangs.
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  • Plugin Support gVectors Support


    Hi @slango,

    Could you please enable the following two options (in Dashboard > Comments > Settings > Comment Form admin page):

    1. Hide “Discussion Statistic” section
    2. Hide “Recent Comment Authors” section

    If this solves this problem keep them enabled until next update.

    I tried that but after some testing, I found that the new version of wpDiscuz actually has incompatibilities with several WP External Links plugins, such as:

    Plugin Support gVectors Support


    Hi @slango,

    This plugin is already removed from, so we don’t recommend to use it.

    There is another version of it that’s safe (from the original author), and I just linked to my bookmark. There are other domain forwarders/nofollow plugins that have trouble as well, and there must have been a change in your code to create this behaviour.

    After some testing, I figured out what the problem is – your plugin no longer supports link editing (inserting nofollow/noindex, etc.) at the comment level, and that’s why it’s locking up.

    I disabled the “comment” settings in the plugin options and the site popped up with all plugins enabled. Is that a new security measure or just a bug?

    Just a note, that enabling the “Hide ‘My Content and Settings’ button” feature (disabling “My Content and Settings”) allowed my link modifier plugins to start working again, so that is the definite culprit.

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