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[Resolved] [Plugin: WP to Twitter] You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page

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  • Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    @joedolson

    Are you an administrator of the site? Is this a new installation or are you trying to modify the settings? Is it a multiple installation or single site?

    sorted thanks!

    I am getting this error when I try to delete the error messages after having resolved the issue.

    I am an administrator, and this is a single installation of WordPress. The whole back end of the WordPress site shows a red error box that a tweet was not sent. I just re-did the keys with twitter and it says it’s connected now, but the error message won’t go away.

    It says “There’s been an error posting your Twitter status! Visit your WP to Twitter settings page to get more information and to clear this error message.”

    And on the settings page of this plugin there is one that says:

    “One or more of your last posts has failed to send a status update to Twitter. The Tweet has been saved, and you can re-Tweet it at your leisure.

    401 Unauthorized: Authentication credentials were missing or incorrect.”

    I really need these to go away, can you help? I might have to use another plugin otherwise since red error boxes can be scary to a client.

    Thanks for your help

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    @joedolson

    On the settings page, there should be a button showing that says “clear this error”, that allows you to clear the error. Also, there’s an option in the advanced settings that will limit the error messages seen when using wp to twitter.

    Thanks for the reply. It is when I click on that button to clear the error message that I am told I don’t have sufficient permissions to view that page. 🙁

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson

    @joedolson

    Can you submit a support request via the built-in support form? The only reason you would get that error given what you’ve said would be if the button was trying to submit to a page that didn’t exist. It would be helpful to know more about your installation to provide better support.

    If you can include in the support request the address of the page, from the browser URL bar, after you attempt to clear the error message, that would be helpful.

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