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  • Thread Starter jimh275

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    Steven, just confirmed everything you said, I temporarily disabled the protected directory and was able to get to health were there were no errors. I wasn’t worried about the errors in health so much as being logged out of the directory when going to health, I have never experienced that before either.

    Thanks for your help. Problem is resolved now, after reenabling the site directory I can now get to the health screen. The issue must have been something in the original protected URL that WP didn’t like, I’m guessing.

    Thread Starter jimh275

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    Yes, It duns me with the login box, but when I enter them and press enter, it just shows me the box again which prevents me from doing anything else on the page. It only has this behavior on the WP Health screen, everywhere else, it’s fine. I realize this will almost certainly go away once I make the site live, just trying to figure out why it’s doing this.

    Thread Starter jimh275

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    That’s the password to the directory, it does not grant any WordPress privilege’s, not even subscriber. I thought if you could see the site, you might be able to use your browser dev tools to see what’s going on.

    Thread Starter jimh275

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    The DIRECTORY itself is password protected. The site in question is at:
    https://staging2.southlewiscountychamber.com/

    Credentials to see the site are UN: jim PW: stgngslcc

    Sorry, I can’t give out the admin credentials. The only issue I can find with the site is if I go to the tools > health screen in admin, it logs me out of the directory ( Not WordPress) If I disable your plugin, I can access tools > health without any problems.

    Thread Starter jimh275

    (@jimh275)

    Hello! it’s at https://jlinnervisions.com/

    Any help for this or why it’s happening is much appreciated.

    Cheers

    Jim Hudson

    Thread Starter jimh275

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    Doh, never mind, looked closer, issue isn’t with a theme file. WTF?

    Thread Starter jimh275

    (@jimh275)

    Anthony, I do not offhand, I’ll see if I can find it again later today.

    Thread Starter jimh275

    (@jimh275)

    Hello, been doing some further investigating and this issue is in the WP bug trac, apparently it’s effected several themes and hopefully WordPress will get it fixed in the future. Note: If anyone else has this issue, a cludge fix is to embed the video with the html block which does work.

    I’ve done this and instead of an error, I now get a warning:
    —————
    “Because a cookie’s SameSite attribute was not set or is invalid, it defaults to SameSite=Lax, which will prevent the cookie from being sent in a cross-site request in a future version of the browser. This behavior protects user data from accidentally leaking to third parties and cross-site request forgery.”
    —————
    But, the video shows up and plays, which is the important thing.

    Thread Starter jimh275

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    Thanks again,
    I really like quark and this theme shows great promise, I’m glad it was a just a gremlin, I was kind of lost as to what the issue was.

    Thread Starter jimh275

    (@jimh275)

    I just tried again also and it worked this time here to. Hmm I have no idea why it flaked out the first time.

    I’ve put the free version on one site. I’ve never purchased and I’m using competitors products on all new development do to this issue. Also, it irritates me that the spacing has never been fixed in the address.php for single venue display. Someone else brought that display issue up over two years ago.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by jimh275.

    I have the same problem. Added an event with a Venue and an organizer, both with addresses that work for other events. About one a month Google will throw the error.

    Could it be related to the lack of spacing in between the address elements in the src/views/modules/address.php???

    Hard to believe you want people to pay for such buggy software with such poor support. I found the answer to fix the spacing issue from a two year old post where another user found the correct template to modify.

    Pissing off Google is a big no no, maybe Tribe should pay us to use their software?

    Thread Starter jimh275

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    The warning is still there. It shows up two places, in the admin on the edit page with the shortcode and on the front end when displaying that page.
    WordPress: 5.2
    PHP: 7.3.5 (Supports 64bit values)
    mySQL: 10.0.38-MariaDB
    Server: Linux 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve1.5.19.9.el7.x86_64 x86_64
    Web Server: LiteSpeed
    ————————-
    WARNING: wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/functions/utils.php:525 – preg_match(): No ending delimiter ‘_’ found
    require(‘wp-blog-header.php’), require_once(‘wp-includes/template-loader.php’), include(‘/themes/quark-child/page-templates/full-width.php’), get_template_part, locate_template, load_template, require(‘/themes/quark-child/content-page.php’), the_content, apply_filters(‘the_content’), WP_Hook->apply_filters, do_shortcode, preg_replace_callback, do_shortcode_tag, EventsCalendarTemplates->ect_shortcodes, tribe_get_events, Tribe__Events__Query::getEvents, tribe_filter_meta_query, tribe_is_regex, preg_match
    ———————————————–

    Thread Starter jimh275

    (@jimh275)

    Hi Victor,

    I Downloaded the latest version and still get a warning in PHP 7.3, but only when I view a page that’s generated with The ‘Events Calendar Shortcode and Templates’ plugin. I posted to their support forum also and they said they couldn’t reproduce and it was my theme or a plugin conflict. I changed theme and disabled plugins and their wrong.
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    WARNING: wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/functions/utils.php:525 – preg_match(): No ending delimiter ‘_’ found
    require(‘wp-blog-header.php’), require_once(‘wp-includes/template-loader.php’), include(‘/themes/quark-child/page-templates/full-width.php’), get_template_part, locate_template, load_template, require(‘/themes/quark-child/content-page.php’), the_content, apply_filters(‘the_content’), WP_Hook->apply_filters, do_shortcode, preg_replace_callback, do_shortcode_tag, EventsCalendarTemplates->ect_shortcodes, tribe_get_events, Tribe__Events__Query::getEvents, tribe_filter_meta_query, tribe_is_regex, preg_match

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 3 months ago by jimh275.
    Thread Starter jimh275

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    Arg, I figured it out. For anybody with same problem:
    #tribe-events-header::before,
    #tribe-events-header::after,
    #tribe-events-footer::before,
    #tribe-events-footer::after {
    background-color: #Your Background Color;
    }

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