Support » Plugin: wp-Monalisa » [Plugin: wp-Monalisa] made my site inaccessible

  • Resolved Moogle Stiltzkin


    I’m using the latest wordpress.

    When i installed wp-monalisa, nothing weird happened.

    it was only after i checked

    – tables
    – drop down

    in the options and saved, did my site become inaccessible.

    So i had to delete the wp-lisa from the plugin folder, and thankfully my site worked again.

    wp-monalisa seems to have what i need, but now i am scared to use it, thinking it may go crazy on me again.

    Any ideas whats wrong ?

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  • Thread Starter Moogle Stiltzkin


    after some more testing,

    apparently saving the settings the 2nd time will cause the site to break.


    i unticked everything and only had the first top option checked and saved. the site still worked.

    i then ticked 1 more item, and save. at that point site became inaccessible o.O;

    Plugin Author tuxlog


    hello moogle,

    well, I just tried several of the constelaltions you described above on three installations of wp-monalisa and had no problems.

    can you give me your wp version? plugins u use? theme u use?
    I want to produce the error to trace it down.

    thanks tuxlog

    Thread Starter Moogle Stiltzkin


    do you have an email i can send you the sensitive details :} ?

    but essentially i’m using woothemes Canvas theme. cache of choice w3c total cache which is configured 😡

    Plugin Author tuxlog


    just sent you an email, so you can reply

    Plugin Author tuxlog


    found a workaround for moogle, so this can be marked solved

    I have a question. I would like the smileys to show up on the bottom of the post reply box like they do in the comments. Is there a way to do this?

    Thanks so much. It’s a great plugin

    Plugin Author tuxlog


    hello Kevin,

    yes, you can change position with a bit of php. you have to disable smilies on commments in the admin dialog and place

    <?php wpml_comment(get_the_ID()); ?>

    in the comments.php or comments-popup.php of your theme at the place you wanted it to appear.

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