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  • Fair enough! Thanks again.

    I can confirm that the new update v3.46.4 has fixed the issue. Thank you for the fast release!

    Just as a side note, as a pro user I did in fact open a ticket on the pro website, and have not yet received a reply after waiting nearly 3 hours. Here the response was a lot faster.

    Fyi, I paid for the Pro version of the plugin.

    So as a paying customer you’re now telling me to either stop using the plugin or endure downtime on my website to debug the latest version for you?

    I would suggest that it would be much easier for you to locate the issue as you are keenly aware, being the plugin developer, of the specific code changes made from the previous version to this one, and therefor narrow it down pretty quickly, wouldn’t you agree?

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

    Sorry, I didn’t have time to do either of these things as the #1 priority for me was to get the LIVE version of my website back to working order. I have a lot of traffic and can’t really afford to turn my site into a platform for debugging a wordpress plugin. Isn’t that up to the developer? (No disrespect intended).

    Similar issue for me, only it wasn’t the CSS but the theme header altogether stopped loading, which messed up the entire website layout. I did not do anything except update to the latest version of WPSSO 3.46.3, and after disabling the plugin my website went back to normal.

    Forum: Reviews
    In reply to: [Block AdBlock] Not working

    I noticed that when you put in the custom message, if you use line breaks (i.e. by hitting the “Enter” key) the message will not display. You have to write your custom message all in one line, and use html line break tags ‘<br>’ for new lines.

    Could that have been the problem in your case?

    Ah okay, nevermind… I can see from the debug log that for some posts updates are scheduled few hours ahead I guess to reduce API calls, but for others it’s just few minutes? Is this correct?

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.

    Thank you Rene! Just another quick question:

    I now have a slightly different problem, for some reason, on specific posts it doesn’t work. Like this post for example:
    http://www.msfanpage.link/trump-takes-action-jeff-sessions-sworn-in-wasting-time/

    No matter how many times I refresh it, I am not getting the share count for it updated. However, at the same time, if I go to a really old post, then refresh, the share counter updates immediately.

    I did this several times now… go to random old posts, they don’t have share count. I refresh, and share count updates instantly (I do this via admin login which is not cached). But when I go back to the above post, no matter how many times I refresh it doesn’t update the share count. I thought at first maybe this post just doesn’t have any shares, but it has 151 shares as confirmed via FB API explorer (I have in settings to display shares above 10).

    Do you have any idea why just on this post it refuses to work, but then it works without problem on any other post?

    UPDATE:
    I see now that on the above post it worked and is now displaying the share count. But for some reason it took a really long time for it to update on THAT specific post, while on many other posts it was instantaneous. Is this because there is an API access time rate limit that is per-post? If so what is the limit in minutes? Because I was trying to refresh it for at least 10-15 minutes without success… so I’m assuming the rate limit is higher than that?

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.

    Hey Rene, I fixed the problem:

    – I went ahead and deactivated the plugin, then deleted it. Then I reinstalled it, and that DIDN’T work!

    – I then noticed the option of “Remove Data on Uninstall?”, so I enabled that, and then repeated the above process of deactivating and then deleting the plugin.

    – After that I reinstalled the plugin, configured it exactly as before (manual configuration, not import settings from json), and now it works exactly as before!

    You can see the original test URL from my first post for an example 🙂

    So I don’t know if maybe the switch from php56 to php7 when having an *existing* install of the plugin is maybe what caused the issue. But completely removing it and then reinstalling it works 100% successfully!

    Thank you!

    I just did it out of frustration because I didn’t know what else to do. It’s not a big deal because we either get it working on my entire site, or not, in which case I don’t really benefit from partial share counters on old posts.

    I tried clearing every possible cache both from my W3 Total Cache, and going to CloudFlare and MaxCDN and clearing all the caches there. I also disabled the MashShare cache in the debug settings for testing purposes.

    So with all caches clear, and MashShare cache disables, I proceeded to test it… it’s just not working!

    Do you want me to create an entire new WP installation website just to troubleshoot this? Isn’t there anything else we can try before?

    Would removing the plugin and reinstalling it help?

    Hi Rene,

    I installed the Query Monitor plugin as you suggested, but I did not see any php errors what so ever. I tried both on the website side (with cache disabled to get the dynamic php), and on the admin panel side. No php errors reported.

    I also tried to “Purge DB Cache” in the MashShare debug settings just to see if it might help. Still didn’t fix it.

    Thank you for your patience in helping me by the way!

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.

    Testing facebook public API

    Result for google.com:
    {“og_object”:{“id”:”381702034999″,”description”:”Search the world’s information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.”,”title”:”Google”,”type”:”website”,”updated_time”:”2017-02-09T00:44:41+0000″},”share”:{“comment_count”:2,”share_count”:40786703},”id”:”http:\/\/www.google.com”}

    Testing facebook API
    with access token

    Result for google.com:
    {“og_object”:{“id”:”381702034999″,”description”:”Search the world’s information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you’re looking for.”,”title”:”Google”,”type”:”website”,”updated_time”:”2017-02-09T00:44:41+0000″},”share”:{“comment_count”:2,”share_count”:40786703},”id”:”http:\/\/www.google.com”}

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.

    Hmmm… I tried turning on debug, and in both cases it returned all the information for google.com: API test, and API+Key test.

    I also switched to Refresh While Loading… still doesn’t work.

    I then cleared the cache and did a reload of the page… still doesn’t work :\

    I think this may have started happening shortly after I switched to php7… do you think this could be related in any way?

    I know you said there are not compatibility issues with php7, but the reason I am asking is because this is the only thing I can think of that was changed and shortly after the share counters stopped working. Before that they worked just fine.

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.

    Hi Rene! Thank you for the fast response!

    With regards to what you said:
    I already had “Async Cache Refresh” set as the Caching Method, so I’m guessing that’s probably not the cause.

    I also have Caching disabled when logged in as Admin, which is how I was testing it. But I also made sure just in case to clear the individual page cache (including cloudflare) but still it doesn’t seem to be updating.

    Just to note, this stopped working in my last 7 posts. Previous posts before that have the share counter displaying the number. Though I’m assuming that’s probably a number saved from the database the last time a successful call to FB API was made?

    Is it possible I went over the total daily limit of API calls?

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 10 months ago by monsuirette.

    I moved this discussion to StackExchange as this forum is not very active.

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