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Conflict with esimple Wiki plugin (2 posts)

  1. Steve D
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Lately, I noticed that on wiki pages, shortcodes from the esimple Wiki plugin were not working unless a visitor was registered and logged in. By deactivating the WordPress Wiki plugin, the shortcodes then functioned correctly. I don't know if this sprang-up after the last release of WP 3.2.1 or if I just happened to notice it.

    I had a prior problem several months ago with non-registered/non-loggedin "anonymous" users having access to the edit capabilities (wordpress wiki) which was fixed, this issue is almost like a reciprocal problem. I thought I had the 2 plugins playing nicely together for awhile.

    Anyone else had this situation?
    Steve - "steadwell"


  2. DavidM
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi steadwell,

    That's very likely to occur with such similar plugins, though esimple Wiki hasn't really been updated in some time and it may have to do with a conflict with both being used on recent versions of WordPress.

    Given the similarities between plugins though, we couldn't really advise using the two simultaneously.


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