Register Plus Redux
Unhelpful Error Messages (8 posts)

  1. Matthew
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hey Guys,

    I am trialing Register Plus Redux. I have tried both the latest version and am now trialing the development version but both report the same problem.

    Here is my registration page. Please feel free to try out:

    When registering with an invalid email address, a username which is already in use or the wrong captcha code I continue to get the same unhelpful error message. I don't know where the conflict/bug is. Any help?

    ERROR: Hmm, either your Username or Password isn\\\\\\\'t correct. Try again.

  2. radiok
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 years ago #

    serpico, I'd like to try and isolate the conflict, but I need a little more information. What other plugins do you have installed?

  3. Matthew
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'm sorry to say we have quite a few plugins. Any help here is greatly appreciated.

    Add Link to Facebook (Marcel Bokhorst)
    Akismet (Automattic)
    Audio player (Martin Laine)
    Audio Player Widget (Corey Snow)
    FV WordPress Flowplayer (Foliovision)
    Link to Post (Julien Appert)
    NextGEN Gallery (Alex Rabe)
    Ninety Ajax Login/Register (Ninety Degrees)
    Post video players, slideshow albums, photo galleries and music / podcast playlist (Cincopa)
    Private! WordPress Access Control Manager (Oliver Sperke)
    Private Messages For WordPress (Rilwis)
    Rating-Widget Plugin (Vova Feldman)
    Safe Report Comments (Thorsten Ott)
    Twitter Goodies Widgets (NetWebLogic LLC)
    WP-EMail (Lester 'GaMerZ' Chan)
    WP-reCAPTCHA (Jorge Peña)
    WPaudio (Todd Iceton)
    WP to Twitter (Joseph Dolson)

  4. Matthew
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Any thoughts on this?

  5. radiok
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 years ago #

    Sorry, I've been refactoring some code and working on WPMU, I'll try to review this today.

  6. radiok
    Plugin Author

    Posted 5 years ago #

    I'm guessing this is probably related to Ninety Ajax Login/Register, disable that plugin and see if the message still occurs.

  7. Matthew
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I've just disabled that plugin and tested again with the same results. I really don't know where that error is coming from. I've searched for it in the source code of all my plugins but no luck.

  8. Matthew
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Got it! The conflict is with the 'Private! WordPress Access Control Manager' plugin. I have disabled that plugin. I believe there is a similar plugin which is pretty nice over at Code Canyon which can do the job of 'Private! WordPress Access Control Manager'.


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