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  • Resolved portantica


    Good evening, excuse me again for a problem already addressed with Rosetta here: https: //
    I just automatically switched to the latest wordpress version 5.2.3. However, prior to this latest version, the Site Health tool pointed out to me “Background updates do not work as expected” with the clarification that “a plugin has prevented updates by disabling wp_version_check ()”. Apart from that yesterday the site is passed quietly to version 5.2.3, but I still tried to solve the problem of automatic WordPress updates to add the following line of code to the wp-config.php file (in the root of the server folders):

    define (‘WP_AUTO_UPDATE_CORE’, true);
    The problem remains and Site Health continues to report that the updates are not working. I tried to disable the various plugins installed one by one and discovered that it is NextGen Gallery 3.2.18 which determines this problem. The friend Rosetta advised me to evaluate with you if there is a bug not yet solved or a new bug. Thank you in advance, Vittorio Tortora

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  • Plugin Support gabyimagely


    Our developers have examined the code used for wp_version_check() and have checked if NextGen applies any filters that are used in that method (we do not).

    They also reviewed all 132 filters that NextGen does apply, and none of those seem related.

    They have done the same for the WP method update_core() and have installed an older version of WordPress and set breakpoints inside both of those methods and haven’t seen any issues with NextGen possibly interfering.

    They mentioned that a lot of the core-update code in WP is built on transients so it’s possible another plugin (or theme, or even filesystem permissions..) was the cause but due to transients lingering in the DB it could take a few hours in between each plugin being deactivated for the process to work correctly.

    We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience.

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