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  • Resolved zbikowa

    (@zbikowa)


    Notice: Use of undefined constant EDD_PLUGIN_FILE – assumed ‘EDD_PLUGIN_FILE’ in /homez.640/martamar/www/wp-content/plugins/font-uploader/font-uploader-free.php on line 59

    This just started popping up after a recent update of WP to 3.5.. Could You please solve this problem?
    Thanks

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/font-uploader/

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  • Plugin Author Pippin Williamson

    (@mordauk)

    What version of the plugin are you using?

    I’m using plugin version 1.3.2

    Plugin Author Pippin Williamson

    (@mordauk)

    I’ve just checked and that is definitely not in the latest version, though I do remember having to correct that a few weeks ago. If you reinstall the latest version, it should work fine.

    I am having this same problem Please help!
    My site designer is trying to activate the font upload plugin and is getting this message:
    Notice: Use of undefined constant EDD_PLUGIN_FILE – assumed ‘EDD_PLUGIN_FILE’ in /home8/travenf3/public_html/wp-content/plugins/font-uploader.old/font-uploader-free.php on line 5

    I contacted my host and they say it’s not working because the plugin is only compatible up to wordpress 3.4.2 and my wordpress is 3.6. Then I told this to my web designer and they say (and I quote) “the demo is 3.6 and my own blog is 3.6 – the plugin isn’t the issue the problem is with your server (hosting)
    There isn’t another plugin that does the same thing. I looked on the wordpress forums and one other person had this issue and its a problem on the server where the script couldn’t write to the fonts folder.”

    Is this plugin up to date or is there another one? I would really appreciate a response as my site has not been up today because of this.

    Thank you.
    http://travelpumps.com

    esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    @travel Pumps: As per the Forum Welcome, please post your own topic.

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