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  • Plugin Author Strictly Software

    (@strictly-software)


    If anyone is having problems with WP auto install please just manually copy the files into your directory (NOT the .zip file)!

    For some reason WP (after asking me to change the text-domain so that multi languages can be used) has also added a .pot (Powerpoint file) that is in fact a text file (When opened in a text editor). This may also cause problems when using the WordPress plugin update operator.

    The only files you need in the plugin folder strictly-autotags are

    strictlyautotags.class.php
    strictlyautotagfuncs.php
    readme.txt

    Anything else is not needed.

    You can get the latest files from > http://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/strictly-autotags/trunk/tags/3.0.2/

    Or you can get the latest free version from my site > http://www.strictly-software.com/plugins/strictly-auto-tags

    Or download the zip file from this site and just remove anything apart from those 2 .php files and the readme.txt file.

    Also…

    PLEASE DO NOT try and use the WordPress plugin upgrade feature to upgrade if you have purchased the premium plugin. This will just overwrite your paid for plugin with more features with the free version and you will lose lots of functionality.

    If you read the PHP 7 changes then /e has gone from RegExp there is a fix for it on the site and facebook support page > https://www.facebook.com/strictlysoftware/

    I have changed jobs and subversion is set up on my Work PC so it will be hard to get sorted I might just throw both up on my site.

    To the person talking about “class” being turned into a class tag inside the anchors I will look at that but a lot of the problems we had due to nested tags were fixed in a previous version. And anyway you should always do the following if your paranoid about a post.
    -Think first, did you donate or pay for the plugin. Is Karma giving you revenge.
    -Backup your DB with WP DB, at least you can roll back then.
    -Copy the HTML to a file so you have the original code
    -Always save a “draft” of the copy first so you can see which tags it has done and which need changing, adding or fixing your code.
    -Publish when happy not unhappy with the article.

    Thanks

    • This topic was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by  Strictly Software. Reason: Complaint by customer
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