Support » Plugin: Multisite Robots.txt Manager » The extension could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

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  • Plugin Author tribalNerd

    (@tribalnerd)

    Thanks Pako, I’ll get a fix out for it here shortly.

    Plugin Author tribalNerd

    (@tribalnerd)

    Hello Pako, version 1.0.2 has been published.

    You should be able to activate the plugin after getting the error now.

    After you upgrade, return to the network plugin admin, this will deactivate the plugin, then click the Network Activate link, the plugin should then activate without issue.

    I can only test this when I force the plugin to upgrade, and now I’m pretty sure I know what the issue is, so the next version should solve for the error completely.

    Enjoy,
    ~Chris

    Network activation is ok now.
    But now it says:

    ‘Multisite Robots.txt Manager is Disabled: All network websites are currently displaying the default WordPress robots.txt file. To enable, click the ‘update network’ button below.’

    I clicked on this button, but the message still show up… and no robots.txt file have been generated.

    Plugin Author tribalNerd

    (@tribalnerd)

    I’m having trouble replicating that issue on this end. I’ve tested upgrading from WP, manually, and on again on a fresh network, no luck each time.

    I’ll continue testing to see if I can discover the issue.

    You may have already tried, but maybe deactivate and reactivate the plugin again. If that doesn’t work, maybe try deleting the plugin and reinstalling it.

    Let me know if that works and if you’re continuing to have the issue.

    ~Chris

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