• Shnipsel


    I’d love to give the plugin a try, but it results in a “Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function mysql_query()” in my environment. AFAIK it should use mysqli-API instead of mysql-API.

    PS: Hmmm I just removed the mysql_query() since there didn’t seem to be a reference to it at all. Then the plugin worked, but I found one will have to set all links as URL, meaning they will break if the URL changes. So unfortunately this plugin wouldn’t help much. As well the code is ugly as hell. Sorry, but this is nothing one should recommend.

    • This topic was modified 6 years ago by Shnipsel.
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