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  • Plugin Contributor sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    Disable Debug! !!

    Thanks for using my plugin.

    Edited: Oh nevermind.

    Plugin Contributor sLa Team

    (@slangji)

    I know very well this construct.

    I do not understand one thing: why this topic was opened by a user, and then, immediately afterwards, the answers are different to another user?

    This will be the case of a person using different nik?
    This will be the case of a person who has already written a few days ago in the review?

    Frankly I do not understand … or rather, I fully understand the desire to deliberately destroy a plugin, just for the pleasure of it, although I do not understand why, since mine is the only plug in the world, to repair the wordpress missed schedule bug! !!

    Or maybe try at all costs to a defect in the code to show that the plugin is harmful?

    Thanks for using my plugin …

    Hello sLa NGjl’s,

    I don’t have anything to do with “pratham2003”!

    I am just getting this notice in debug.log. I am NOT worried about this, because it is just a NOTICE and not an ERROR!
    Furthermore, this plugin is working PERFECT on my site (20.000+ visitor and 40+ scheduled post per day).

    I will post one more time the notice… if you say that i should just deactivate debug ok, but if you may have any idea what this notice may be, please let me know… Thank you!

    [04-Jul-2015 18:14:43 UTC] PHP Notice: Undefined variable: wp_scheduled_missed in /httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/wp-missed-schedule/wp-missed-schedule.php on line 244

    line 244: set_transient( ‘wp_scheduled_missed’, $wp_scheduled_missed, 600 )

    [04-Jul-2015 18:14:43 UTC] PHP Notice: Use of undefined constant wp_scheduled_missed – assumed ‘wp_scheduled_missed’ in /httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/wp-missed-schedule/wp-missed-schedule.php on line 246

    line 246: $wp_scheduled_missed = get_transient( wp_scheduled_missed, false )

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