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[Plugin: WordPress.com Stats] Two blogs – two different designs!?

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  • I really don’t get this …

    Today I installed the stats plugin on a brand new test blog, and it has the old design. The one from the first screenshot.

    Then I installed it on another blog, and it has the new design. Also, I had to assign it to my wordpress.com account before I could use it. On the above-mentioned test blog, it never asked me to do that. It worked without that.

    Please, can’t someone explain this strange behavior? It really sucks, it drives me crazy, I hate the new thing. I want the old look back.

    I’ve narrowed it down to line 236:
    $get = wp_remote_get($url, array('timeout'=>300));
    The HTTP request fails, it returns:

    SSL certificate problem, verify that the CA cert is OK.

    As a result the plugin inserts that stupid, ugly looking wordpress.com iframe instead of the plain old flash graphics.

    Haven’t found a “real” solution yet – my quick & dirty hack is to change the line like this:
    $get = wp_remote_get($url, array('timeout'=>300, 'sslverify'=>false));
    (Same can be done in line 1009 for the dashboard widget.)

    [Is anyone reading this anyway? ^^]

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