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  • Plugin Author limych


    Please describe what is not working. What errors are given on the screen?

    Plugin Author limych


    John25, Thank you for link.

    Error fixed in new version 1.0.1

    That was fast 🙂

    It no longer gives that error, but also does not work as it shoudl.

    Warning: call_user_func() []: First argument is expected to be a valid callback in /home/local/public_html/wp-admin/includes/template.php on line 3056

    When running the process.php within a second I get


    But it does not seem to do anything

    Plugin Author limych


    Thank you, I’ve fix this error and add statistical report to results page. See v.1.0.2

    Thank you for your fast response

    This created a new error

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /home/local/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-pirates-search/wp-pirates-search.php on line 201

    btw do you bugtest your releases?

    Plugin Author limych



    No, I’m not bugtest. I’m not a professional programmer… 🙁

    Plugin Author limych


    Would you help me? Please, download development version of plugin and check for new errors:

    It’s no longer giving an error, but it is also not working.

    I am going to test it and see if I can debug it and find what is going on.

    I may have found the problem

    The Google Web Search API has been officially deprecated as of November 1, 2010. It will continue to work as per our deprecation policy, but the number of requests you may make per day will be limited. Therefore, we encourage you to move to the new Custom Search API.

    I will keep you updated

    Plugin Author limych


    Thank you for new information.

    I’ll try soon to alter plugin to new API.

    Can I ask you in the future to test the new versions of the plugin?

    Yes I would gladly help.

    I have tried the new API but cannot seen any improvement.

    I am going to make 2 pages that definitely have plagiarism, wait for google to crawl it and then retest it with the old and new api.

    It can take 2-3 days for google to crawl them.

    This plugin definitely does not work.

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