Just FYI, I upgraded to 3.0.1 today and it resulted in a white screen. It appears that the upgrade removed all settings I had for the plugin. In order to remove the screen I had to go into settings and redo them.
Oh, and still get white screens on all posts that have HTTPS enabled.
I have to deactivate completely.
Just saw that you updated to 3.0.2. Problem still persists.
Mind if I take a look? I can’t reproduce this. You can email me directly at mike[at]mvied[dot]com. I need an admin account and FTP access to debug the plugin code.
I’ve had a number of people report this, but I still haven’t run into it. Hard to fix without seeing it myself.
Sorry for being slow. I’m sending you an email now.
All I’m seeing is you’re hitting your memory limit. Your home page does that with or without the plugin.
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 828895 bytes) in /public_html/wp-includes/functions.php on line 1038
You need to increase the memory limit of PHP. It’s currently at 64MB. You have a lot of plugins installed.
I’ve been seeing that all day, but it has nothing to do with the number of plugins. Everyone of the plugins has been running for months (6-8) with zero problems.
Well, either way you need to increase your memory limit. I can’t really test the plugin when hitting that exception.
I have increased the memory limit and seems to be working fine now (the site), so you can feel free to take a look.
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