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  • Thread Starter davidkonicek

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    I got a response from Imagify. Unfortunately, WP Retina 2X is no longer supported, but they may add support in the future. If anyone knows of another good solution for creating retina and WebP images, please let me know!

    Optimole might be one solution, but I haven’t tried it yet.

    Not working for me either.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

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    Instead of disabling the WP Server Stats plugin, I just went to the WordPress Admin -> WP Server Stats -> General Settings and set the “realtime script refresh” to “20000” to match my Heartbeat settings of running every 20 seconds.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

    (@davidkonicek)

    OK I disabled a plugin called “WP Server Stats” and that fixed it. Good to know that plugins or maybe a theme could cause conflicts with this plugin, as usual I suppose.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

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    Hey WebDragon,

    I just noticed the plugin page does show “Requires PHP Version” although I don’t know when that info was added. For a less stressful fix, I just installed the previous version of the plugin, which I had on a different website. I’m not sure if previous versions are available for download from wordpress.org, but I thought that might help you in the future if that’s an option. Actually, this WP Rollback plugin allows you to install old versions: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-rollback/

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

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    OK, that must be the problem. I believe I have PHP version 5.3.28. I’ve been trying to get that upgraded to 7+ for awhile, but still waiting on my hosting provider. Once I get that upgraded, I’ll let you know if I still have any issues.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

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    All-in-One WP Migration is the plugin I used. It needs to be installed on both the source site and destination site. It exported everything from the source site fine, however, I wasn’t able to import the backup file to the destination site. Then they suggested I upload the backup file to the plugins backup folder manually via FTP. At that point, on the destination site, in the WordPress Admin, I went to All-in-One WP Migration Backups and the file was listed there, so I restored that and it worked fine.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

    (@davidkonicek)

    I successfully migrated my website using a different plugin. No need to resolve this for me.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

    (@davidkonicek)

    Thanks. I now realize this is a more complex issue than I initially thought. I will continue to develop this feature and post my results here, but feel free to set this as resolved at any time if you want.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

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    Yes, I can do all of this manually. I was wondering if there is a way to automate it. When a new multisite gets created, I want to clone some products, and add the new site title to each of those products names.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

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    That’s really a separate issue I’ll work on later. I just don’t want someone who is not associated with Forever Piers to be able to check out with the product “Forever Piers Website Maintenance.” So I would basically hide my entire shop, and create a page showing only products associated with their multisite.

    I’ll try to lay out the scenario again as it developed for me – I had my parent site with several virtual products (basically invoices). One product, for example, is called “Website Development” and a user could buy that product to pay for my time developing their site. That will always be a flat fee. There is another product called “Website Maintenance” that they can purchase, get charged once a month, and I maintain their site for them. The problem arises when they have created more than one multisite, and they need to purchase “Website Development” and “Website Maintenance” for each of those multisites. The way WooCommerce is set up initially, if they purchased “Website Maintenance” twice, I wouldn’t know which multisite that is associated with. So I could resolve that by simply manually creating products every time someone registers a multisite. The products would be called “Forever Piers Website Maintenance,” “Forever Piers Website Development,” “Lighting Gallery Website Maintenance” and “Lighting Gallery Website Development.”

    Hope we’re getting closer here. Thanks again.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

    (@davidkonicek)

    It is not network activated. It’s only on the “parent site.”

    It’s a virtual product. I have several products, but I’m using a product called “Website Maintenance” as an example. I don’t think it should matter what I’m selling to resolve this.

    Say a user creates two multisites, one called “Forever Piers” and another called “Lighting Gallery.” I’m using those two sites as development sites for those companies, which I will eventually migrate to their own domain when development is complete. So on my “parent site” I want a product called “Forever Piers Website Maintenance” and another product called “Lighting Gallery Website Maintenance”

    One way to do this would be for me to manually create a product called “Forever Piers Website Maintenance” after they have created that multisite, and I would show that product only to that user.

    Thank you very much for your reply.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

    (@davidkonicek)

    SOLUTION

    Source URL:

    /(.*)/wp-login.php\?loggedout=true

    Target URL:

    http://www.website.com

    Notice the backslash before question mark.

    It must be frustrating for the plugin developers to have all these questions about things that don’t actually relate to their plugin, but in this case, regular expressions.

    davidkonicek

    (@davidkonicek)

    This may not apply to you, but here’s how I have mine set up using WordPress multisite:

    Each subdomain (site) obviously has its own unique plugins active when you use multisite. So I installed the Redirection plugin on one of the sites created with multisite, and added a redirect from there.

    Source URL:

    /my

    Target URL:

    http://otherdomain.com/my

    Not sure if that helps, but at least it keeps the convo moving.

    Thread Starter davidkonicek

    (@davidkonicek)

    The following redirect does work:

    Source URL:

    /(.*)/redirect-this

    Match URL Only
    Regex enabled
    Target URL:

    http://www.website.com

    HTTP Code: 301 – Moved Permanently

    So the problem seems to be with

    ?loggedout=true

    following wp-login.php

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