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[Plugin: is_human()] dashboard link doesn’t support non-root wordpress folders

  • I’ve installed the is_human() plugin on a wordpress install that uses a sub-folder for wordpress.

    http://MY_SITE.COM/wordpress/

    The dashboard link:

    is_human() has rejected 5 comments and 0 new users since June 24th, 2008.

    the links on “5 comments” and “0 new users” should lead to the setting page for is_human, but they ignore the folder location for wordpress, and the link is constructed as if the blog were installed at the root location of MY_SITE.COM/ instead of MY_SITE.COM/wordpress/

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  • Hello there, smoothmoniker. I’m the developer of is_human(), and I’ll be releasing a new version soon which will address the folder problems that a few people (including yourself) have run into.

    Sorry for any inconveniences!

    Thanks, Berlette. Great plugin, and I look forward to the update.

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