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[Plugin: WP Super Cache] adding images to a post

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  • I just wanted to chime in that I’m having the same problem here. Admins are able to upload media and insert to a post but nobody else can insert media.

    This happens with new users and old, on new posts and old.

    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    I can’t replicate that on my own site unfortunately. That warning is usually when a nonce has expired or is wrong in some way.

    Can you turn on debugging in the plugin before you edit a post and then try uploading? The attempt to upload should be logged and the log should say it’s not cached.

    Thanks for the quick reply, here’s what I’m pretty sure is the relevant part of the log:

    16:22:05 /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php In WP Cache Phase 2
    16:22:05 /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php Setting up WordPress actions
    16:22:05 /wp-admin/admin-ajax.php Not caching wp-admin requests
    Plugin Author Donncha O Caoimh

    @donncha

    I suspect some other plugin is interfering. Did you update a number of plugins when you updated WP Super Cache?

    Yep, kept digging around and it seems like the newest update of the Jetpack plugin is the culprit. Everything’s fine when I disable it.

    Thanks for the help, now I need to either bug them about it or see which plugin the customer would rather do without.

    Un Mo

    @salomonamiga

    HI, chrisanthropic, how do you know JetPack is making this ???

    i disable it as well but still got the problem

    There may be other plugins that cause the same issue in your case. For me, I disabled jetpack and re-enabled WP Super Cache and the problem disappeared. As soon as I re-enabled jetpack the problem returned.

    Un Mo

    @salomonamiga

    well i hope the members of WP cache can help me with an update ;(

    anyway tnx a lot for your time

    No problem – good luck!

    If you think it may be another plugin and you’re not sure what you’ve recently updated (I wasn’t, honestly) try logging in to your server, open a file manager and arrange the plugins folder by date last modified. That will tell you the order they’ve been updated. From there you can try disabling them one by one until you find the culprit.

    Un Mo

    @salomonamiga

    sounds good but i dont know how to “log in to the server and open a file manager and arrange the plugins folder by date last modified”

    maybe you can tell me how to do that ?

    whoever your webhost is (bluehost, godaddy, hostgator, etc) should have a login page, ideally with Cpanel.

    Does any of that ring a bell? If not, there’s not a lot I can do from here.

    Un Mo

    @salomonamiga

    oh rigth, i got you know .. il try to do that and see what happens

    tnx !!!

    Cool, good luck!

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