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  • Plugin Author James Laws


    If you have a WordPress site to install this plugin then you have user profile at

    At the bottom of that page is place to enter your Nike+ Credentials.

    Okay, I found that page I just enter email(username) and password? Still doesn’t work! I get no verified users in widget + no data.

    Plugin Author James Laws


    Have you visited the Nike+ settings page and save your settings? It checks for stats on a schedule and when you install the plugin the schedule begins. You can manually check for updates by visiting that page and clicking the button.

    As long as your credentials are correct it will fetch data although the widget should show you as a runner in the dropdown if you’ve entered your data appropriately.

    Other then that without having access to your admin it’s really hard for me to troubleshoot.

    okay, you are saying that I need to enter my data in that profile.php page, in what format? If that is indeed the page I need to edit I have done so, without success.

    Plugin Author James Laws


    Nike+ uses your email as your username and then of course your password. That’s all that’s needed to connect to Nike+. I’m using the plugin myself on my personal site so I know it works.

    Are you sure your server has the proper specs? I state on the plugin description that…

    Currently NIke+ plugin requires PHP 5 with cURL and JSON. While these are common it’s not beyond belief that not all web hosts have these exact specs set-up in your server.

    Yes I checked.

    Do I edit profile.php and if so where?
    This is what it looks like:

     * User Profile Administration Screen.
     * @package WordPress
     * @subpackage Administration
     * This is a profile page.
     * @since 2.5.0
     * @var bool
    define('IS_PROFILE_PAGE', true);
    /** Load User Editing Page */

    where and how do I enter my data?

    Plugin Author James Laws


    You don’t actually edit php files. In your admin there have been new options to enter your credentials into the form fields of your user profile.

    You should never need to edit WordPress core files or plugin files to get a plugin to work. If it’s not working there is something else going on with either your Nike+ credentials, you data coming from Nike+, or some conflict in another plugin or your theme.

    It is also entirely possible there is something within the Nike+ plugin but as I’ve not had anyone else with this issue I have no way of knowing what that might be.

    I got it, thanks.

    I’ve the same problem. I did everythink what you wrote in instruction, but plugin doesn’t show my stats.

    I checked my password etc.

    Could you say me how can I connect my stats with site (no widget) like on your website (

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