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  • Plugin Author smackcoders

    (@smackcoders)

    This is because of permission issue or js conflict with other plugin. Check your wp-content/uploads and /wp-content/uploads/ultimate_importer, both folders have write (777) permission to upload your csv for further process of import.If not create and make it writeable and try again. In case of js issue, disabling the plugins one by one may help you to find the conflicting plugin.

    If you are still having the issue, enable the debug mode in wp ultimate csv importer plugin.
    Edit wp-content/plugins/wp-ultimate-csv-importer/index.php and in line no 47 you can see
    ini_set(‘display_errors’, ‘Off’);
    Now to enable error just change the code and save it as
    ini_set(‘display_errors’, ‘On’);
    Now you can see all error messages.

    Also using developer tool like firebug, you can get error displayed in the console.

    Post these errors and this will help us to fix the issue as soon as possible.

    Thread Starter joeguilmette

    (@joeguilmette)

    Hi there! I was able to get the CSV to upload following your instructions – thanks!

    But now I have a new issue.

    Some of the fields are set by the “Custom Field Suite”. After properly mapping them in your plugin, the custom fields are correctly populated, but CFS doesn’t see them… The CFS input boxes in the post editor are empty, but the imported data is there as a custom field.

    When I enter in data in the CFS input field, I then have two identical custom fields.

    Does that make sense?

    Plugin Author smackcoders

    (@smackcoders)

    Custom Field Suite is not compatible yet, so it may be partially imported or skipped.

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