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  • Thanks for letting me know David.

    I ended up getting around it by “hooking” in to the routine that creates the new user – getting their email and checking the database for an equivalent. If there is that user then log them in (programmitically) and delete the ‘newly’ created user.

    It works fine but I’ve had to drop Twitter support for security reasons (ie. the visitor can just use any email address they want as they don’t have to validate their email from Twitter).

    Will be interested to see if they come up with a better solution to this.

    Thanks again for letting me know 🙂

    It’s number 7241 raamdev.

    Thanks 🙂

    Hi Raamdev,

    Thanks for getting back to me. I’m busy sorting this issue myself. I’ve added a button in the admin section which allows me to turn on/off a system which replaces the static url with the url of my cdn.

    Whilst you’ve got your helping hat on though could you head over to your Pro Support Forum and answer my other question in there about WordPress nonce’s?

    Many thanks

    John 🙂

    ** UPDATE **

    I’ve noticed that it DOES seem to be working on everything BUT images ?

    So all the .jpg images are still served from my local server?

    I haven’t got anything in the Whitelist / Blacklist apart from the defaults in the Blacklist?

    Anyone any ideas why this is? The .js / .css etc are all being served from my cloudfront account?

    Is there another setting somewhere that I’m missing?

    Or could it be due to the way I’m showing the images in the code or something? (I use lazyLoad.js jquery plugin to lazy load the images – I wonder if this is the problem – the actual src of the image is held in a data-attribute within the img tag).

    I may need to manually set the src to these images to the cloudfront url?

    Thanks

    John 🙂

    Since updating my review ignore the above comments. They don’t make sense in the new context of things. 🙂

    An “et-” prefix will be an Elegant Theme plugin. Probably bundled with the theme and you can probably turn it off in your theme settings through your admin section. 🙂

    Ah yes. I can see how that reads but didn’t mean it like that. My mistake.

    Of course the updates are all free.

    Regardless it is still worth buying the premium to support guys like Pradeep who make these great plugins.

    Keep up the brilliant work 🙂

    Thanks for the info. I’ll run it a few more times (at different times of day) and see if I get the same results. Thanks again.

    Thanks for this agreda. I was having exactly the same problem. Your solution worked a treat 🙂

    Forum: Reviews
    In reply to: [WP Minify] Unusable

    Hi there Sperry,

    May I ask which plugin you used instead?

    I’m looking for this functionality.

    Many thanks for your help

    Cheers

    John 🙂

    I don’t share your opinion on this. I’ve had to wait a few times as the servers have been busy but never more than 10 minutes or so. Most times the scan just fires straight away? Are you sure the issues you are experiencing aren’t due to something else?

    (Not affiliated in any way with WordFence but just sharing my own experience).

    Johnny T

    (@johnny-t)

    Just came back to WordPress Plugins and ended up back on this review page (must have bookmarked it).

    Just wanted to point out to Jan (or any other moderator reading this) that a lot of the ‘positive’ reviews of this plugin look ‘faked’.

    Certainly I would wager that ‘getwise’ (review left on 6th May) ‘timt9t’, ‘markstalford’ and ‘angelos1979’ (all left on 7th May) seemed very suspicious.

    Just thought I’d mention it as if you discount those ‘positive’ reviews then the actual reviews left seem to back up my own experience of the plugin just giving a blank screen and not working correctly.

    Understood Jan. Apologies.

    Hi Bill,

    Thank you for that lightly veiled tirade. I was going to leave it at that but have decided to reply.

    Firstly, I can assure you that I am a ‘real’ person. Technology has come a long way in the last few years but, as far as I’m aware, we have yet to invent a device who’s sole purpose is to write derogatory comments about your plugin.

    Secondly, Yes – I am sure your plugin wasn’t working correctly. I’m a php programmer of over 10 years and have developed many plugins of my own (the answer to your next predictable response is “time – I needed a solution quickly”). I am more than familiar with WordPress etc. Whenever I clicked anything on your plugin it simply went blank, the plugin page – not the WordPress admin section. Almost like your plugin was within an iframe.

    Thirdly, just because you use professional grade software to spam your customers doesn’t make unsolicited mail any more palettable from your customers point of view. Perhaps you should consider an “opt-in” approach like most ethical companies?

    All the best

    Johnny T – beep blop bip bleep etc….

    Forum: Hacks
    In reply to: Letting FB users login to WP

    Thanks for the replies. Didn’t really want to go down the Janrain root as it’s overkill.

    I did install Simple FB Connect but it stopped my shop plugin (wp-ecommerce) working so I uninstalled it.

    Anyone know how to get a ‘username’ field and get someone logged in with just that? i.e. what function to run?

    As in:
    wp_login_function($username)

    Returns correct cookies etc….?

    Any more ideas?

    A big thanks to Rev and sairameshp for their ideas so far.

    Cheers

    John 😉

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