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  • Plugin Author Donald Gilbert

    (@dilbert4life)

    If you installed the last version any time today, there is an error in it. You must uninstall and reinstall the latest version. This only effects users of WordPress Multisite.

    ok, deleted the plugin, reinstalled right now, network activated and got this error:

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.
    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_CONSTANT_ENCAPSED_STRING in /var/www/clients/client1/web1/web/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-admin-bar-improved/wpabi.php on line 217

    btw. do I still need to make those changes above in the plugin or is everything ok now except for this new error?

    Plugin Author Donald Gilbert

    (@dilbert4life)

    Sorry about that – there was a misplaced ‘ in the code. Please update to v3.1.6 for anyone that is experiencing that error.

    ok, still:

    btw. do I still need to make those changes above in the plugin or is everything ok now except for this new error?

    can you clarify this please?

    p.s. 3.1.6 not visible yet will wait a few hours 🙂

    Plugin Author Donald Gilbert

    (@dilbert4life)

    Those changes were merged in the latest version, so no need to update. If you want to make the fix yourself that I put into 3.1.6, you can. go to the same place as the code above states, but this time, look for an extra ' in the code add_submenu_page($where_to_place', – just delete the ' after the $where_to_place variable.

    sorry, I think I confused you 🙂

    earlier on, I said I can’t find the admin menu anywhere using multisite mode and you told me to change some code to place it. the question is do I still need to change code to make the admin menu appear when using multisite?

    Plugin Author Donald Gilbert

    (@dilbert4life)

    The plugin is triggering a fatal error, so the menu won’t show up. The changes I told you to make were already made in the latest version that you have installed. However, there was another error on the version you have installed, and that’s detailed in my previous post.

    You can go in yourself to the Plugins->Editor->WordPress Admin Bar Improved and make the latest changes (removing the single ' after the $where_to_place variable) (you don’t need the plugin active to make the edits) or you can wait for 3.1.6 to be active in the directory.

    sorry to bug you so much and thanks for all the support.
    I have upgraded to 3.1.6 and still can’t find any settings.
    using wp 3.1.3 with multisite option.

    is_site_admin() has been deprecated. http://codex.wordpress.org/WPMU_Functions/is_site_admin
    replaced it with is_super_admin() but still something is wrong and the menu doesn’t show…

    the menu placing changed too, read here how to do it: http://wpmututorials.com/how-to/adding-a-menu-to-the-new-network-admin/

    unfortunately I am no coder and couldn’t get it to work but I’m sure you’ll understand what needs to be changed.

    Plugin Author Donald Gilbert

    (@dilbert4life)

    Well, looks like I’m going to have to set up a dev environment that matches yours.

    is_site_admin() had been deprecated, but will continue to work for the foreseeable future, since there are items that have been deprecated since WordPress 1.0.1 that are still usable, so that doesn’t make a difference, (although I will change it). I am using the new 3.1 style network admin menu adding, so still not sure what the problem is. I’ll have to set up a test and see.

    🙂 thanks for the continued support, and don’t get me wrong I wasn’t criticizing, just trying to help.

    Let me know when you’ve got a new version for testing…

    Custom Menu Items (easy interface using the WP api)
    Ajax Search Popup

    Hey Donald,
    How can I modify the code for the wpabi.php file so that it only does one thing and that is to display the login form. No “hide” button or “ajax search” I’ve been trying to modify it myself, but I keep running into errors.

    Thanks
    Terence

    Plugin Author Donald Gilbert

    (@dilbert4life)

    @tarmentano – the easiest thing to do would be to comment out the part that says

    wp_enqueue_script('wpabi')

    Plugin Author Donald Gilbert

    (@dilbert4life)

    Just updated to 3.1.7 which added the ability to disable the Show/Hide toggle from the admin panel directly. (Before, you would have had to do it from the JS Editor page).

    With the upcoming 3.2, I am going to implement adding custom menu items. Maybe even add a “Tweet this Page” or “Like this Page”

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