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  • I just upgraded to 4.9.1 and the Add Media button in Edit Post no longer works (in Firefox, Edge, or Chrome). I also cannot drop photos to the post. This has nothing to do with my server. The only change is my wordpress install.

    The only way to upload photos is to go to Media Library and Upload New Media.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by hudson2001.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by hudson2001.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by hudson2001. Reason: added details

    Can you just use a Dropbox link? That way it would always have the most updated file without any uploading involvement from you.

    Of course. The one time I do something out of the ordinary (look at a Live Preview on my main Theme)… UGH.

    And just like that, I have backups in Dropbox. I am guessing it was because I hadn’t fully authenticated dropbox before starting the backup process.

    However, if people are like me and don’t read the full settings page first, I can see the same thing happening. So it appears to be backing up but we don’t actually get the files anywhere. Are they in the ether somewhere or did they error out?

    Well, now nothing works. I tell it to do a backup, it says “Requesting start of backup…” then “Security check” then nothing happens.

    It does say “Backups, logs & restoring: 1 set(s) available” from 11/26 and I did receive an email last night saying

    UpdraftPlus: WordPress backup is complete.
    Backup contains: Files and database
    Latest status: The backup apparently succeeded and is now complete

    ETA: I closed the tab then reopened the Settings and now it’s creating file backup zips.

    There’s nothing online, either. I’m trying it again because I had a thought – I started the backup BEFORE authenticating Dropbox. I thought it might still work since I did it VERY shortly after starting the backup, but maybe it needs to be complete before.

    Okay, I found the two PHP files used for the plugin. Can these be modified to work on WordPress?

    Here is one of the files content:

    <?php
    /**
     * This file implements the Lottery Plugin
     *
     *
     */
    if( !defined( 'EVO_MAIN_INIT' ) ) die( 'Please, do not access this page directly.' );
    
    /**
     * Random Picture Plugin Widget
     *
     * This widget displays a randomly chosen lottery balls in the sidebar or in another container
     *
     * @package plugins
     */
    class after_categories_plugin extends Plugin
    {
    	/**
    	* Variables below MUST be overriden by plugin implementations,
    	* either in the subclass declaration or in the subclass constructor.
    	*/
    	var $name = 'After Categories';
    	var $code = 'submit2';
    	var $priority = 99;
    	var $version = '0.1';
    	var $author = 'Foppe Hemminga';
    	var $help_url = 'http://www.blog.hemminga.net/';
    	var $group = 'Amazing Discoveries';
    	var $debug_this_widget = 0;
    
    	function PluginInit( & $params )
    	{
    		$this->short_desc = $this->T_( 'This widget creates a submit button for the Categories widget.' );
    		$this->long_desc = $this->T_( 'This widget must be placed in the same container after the Catgories widget.' );
    	}
    
    	/**
    	*
    	* Settings for this widget
    	* The current_draw and date_current_draw are hidden settings (not adjustable by user)
    	* needed to get the settings in the database.
    	* This is a workaround for a real database table structure.
    	*
    	*/
    	function GetDefaultSettings()
    	{
    		return array(
    
    			);
    	}
    
    	/**
    	* Get definitions for widget specific editable params
    	*
    	* @see Plugin::GetDefaultSettings()
    	* @param local params like 'for_editing' Arrow true
    	*/
    	function get_widget_param_definitions( $params )
    	{
    		return array(
    
    			);
    	}
    
    	/**
    	* Sets all the display parameters
    	* these will either be the default display params
    	* or the widget display params if it's in a container
    	*
    	* @param array $params
    	*/
    	function init_display( $params = array() )
    	{
    		$temp = $this->get_widget_param_definitions( array() );
    		$full_params = array();
    		foreach( $temp as $setting => $values )
    			$full_params[ $setting ] = ( isset( $params[ $setting ] ) ? $params[ $setting ] : $this->Settings->get( $setting ) );
    		foreach( $params as $param => $value )
    			$full_params[ $param ] = $value;
    		return $full_params;
    	}
    
    	function SkinTag( $params )
    	{
    		// If the widget params aren't set up, using the plugin defaults
    		$params = $this->init_display( $params );
    		$this->showblock( $params );
    
    		return true;
    	}
    
    	/**
    	*
    	* Where it all comes together
    	*
    	*/
    	function showblock( $params )
    	{
    		?>
    			<div class="bSideItem widget_core_coll_category_list">
    				<input name="submit" class="submit" value="Get selection" type="submit">
    				</form>
    			</div>
    		<?php
    	}
    }
    
    /**
     *
     * Version 0.1.0: 2008-04-19 - Initial release
     *
     */
    ?>
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