I am using Symposium as a social network frame and noticed that It would not allow profiles to be public at whether the user set it to public or not. I deactivated my plugins one by one and found that the Tubepress plugin (lets you post videos from youtube/vimo) was the culprit. Well at least I believe so, now instead of asking people to sign in to view, the page shows up as empty. Oddly enough the deactivation of tubepress causes a backslash to magically go missing in the URL. For example; instead of “http://mysite/profile/?uid=1”, I end up with “http://mysite/profile?uid=1”. The back slash after “profile” is MIA. Further more, it causes the white screen of death when one tries to log back in. I had to import an older Database backup in order to even get access to the admin area again. I have tried deleting tubepress completely and updating it with a fresh install. Is there any way it has corrupted my database? I love this plugin and it pains me that it is causing such troubles. Please, any advice would be most welcomed.
Thank you in advance!
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