Support » Plugin: MM Forms Community » [Plugin: MM Forms Community] no output on fresh install

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  • I had the same problem on my development environment (Windows XP, IIS virtual directory), but when I moved it to my live hosting server (Windows, IIS7, no virtual directory), it works fine.

    Are you using a virtual/sub directory?
    Cheers
    Matt

    Subdirectory. Using the free version of the module.

    Development environment: Windows XP, Apache&php4!
    live test server: Linux, Apache&php5 ( http://www.kul.ro/radacini/phpinfo.php )

    Same result, no output on both servers: http://www.kul.ro/radacini/

    I’ll try movining on the root of the htdocs.

    I’ve tried moving to the root of htdocs. Same result. Tried also an older version of WordPress 2.9.2, the same: no output.

    Hmm, hopefully the author will chime in here.

    Surprised it didn’t work in the root folder for you, not sure about that.

    Out of interest, I’m using it in an SSL environment also, and had to edit numerous file paths so that ‘http’ was not hardcoded and thus pages with the form on it could be completely served via https (and not give the browser security warning). Seems there could be improvements in path handling, although I’m no expert on plugin authoring (yet)..!

    For those having issues and are using SSL (https) for your wordpress admin:

    I was able to resolve my mm-forms-community issues (not saving forms, etc) by making the “$base_url” variable reflect the proper https url for admin pages:

    Add this function to the bottom of mm-forms.php:

    function get_mmforms_base_url() {
    	$url = get_option('siteurl');
    
    	if (defined('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN') && constant('FORCE_SSL_ADMIN'))
    		$url = preg_replace('|^http://|i', 'https://', $url);
    
    	return $url;
    }

    On line 1141 AND line 1557 of mm-forms.php, change:
    $base_url = get_option('siteurl') . '/wp-admin/options-general.php';
    to
    $base_url = get_mmforms_base_url() . '/wp-admin/options-general.php';

    failed. do you know another contact form module that saves to db?
    thank you.

    Plugin Author tbelmans

    (@tbelmans)

    Hello send your support questions to support@motionmill.com please.
    kind regards,
    Tom

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