Support » Plugin: Amen » Public Prayer Issues

  • Resolved chryton

    (@chryton)


    Hi,

    It is me again. The recent updates still don’t allow for public users to post prayers. I haven’t gotten a chance to test it on our windows box yet but currently public users can’t add prayers in any browser on OSX 10.6+

    Turning on wp_debug gave me these notices on the page with the plugin:

    Notice: Undefined index: enable_submit_count in /home/mmftpuser/alliance/wp-content/plugins/amen/amen-list-requests.php on line 299
    Notice: Undefined index: prepend_name_to_tweet in /home/mmftpuser/alliance/wp-content/plugins/amen/amen-list-requests.php on line 314

    In the admin I get these notices:

    Notice: Use of undefined constant allow_public_requests - assumed 'allow_public_requests' in /home/mmftpuser/alliance/wp-content/plugins/amen/admin.php on line 61
    Notice: Use of undefined constant privatize_prayers - assumed 'privatize_prayers' in /home/mmftpuser/alliance/wp-content/plugins/amen/admin.php on line 65
    Notice: Undefined index: privatize_prayers in /home/mmftpuser/alliance/wp-content/plugins/amen/admin.php on line 65

    Thanks!

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/amen/

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  • Ok, so I fixed this issue; user error/confusing documentation.

    Though on the submission form we get a () at the end of the heading: Screenshot Here .

    Thoughts?

    Plugin Author uamv

    (@uamv)

    Glad it was fixed. i’m making some updates and will remove the (). Does the confusing documentation regard this plugin? If so, i would like to clarify for folks. Thanks!

    The documentation, yes. I think it is more an issue of formatting than anything else. It was hard to tell what i should be calling the shortcode to bring up the ability to manage for public/logged-in users.

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