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  • This is a long term bug and affects many many users.
    It is also hard to spot for website owners with registration enabled. They loose many users because of that bug.
    It is a shame that developers ignore it 🙁



    New version 1.6.6 is released and this bug is still not fixed.

    I think you should test before release.

    This bug is very easy to fix anyway, just change short open tag to normal php open tag in line 29 in archive-listing.php

    Also if you use define( ‘WP_DEBUG’, true ); in wp-config.php you will see more debug information like for example:
    Notice: Undefined variable: current_version in /wp-content/plugins/simple-directory/simple-directory.php on line 45

    I don’t know why there is “;” at the end of this link. I personally use and have no “;” there and also reset password link is good there. I realized this is problem for some e-mail providers just few days ago. I have website in polish, so lot of users uses polish e-mails like:,, – all of them have problem with setting password, beacause wrong reset password url.

    Looks like many (at last many polish e-mail providers) doesn’t use this standard.

    For now, as a workaround I use “theme my login” plugin, which allows users to set their password during registration.

    Maybe “<>” is an indusrtry standard, but unfortunatelly almost 50% of new registered users gets wrong reset password link since this change.
    With lot of e-mail providers generated reset password link is wrong.
    The “>” sign becomes part of url, the result is they cannot reset/set their password 🙁

    Hello 🙂
    I had the same problem…
    Apache error_log says:
    [Thu Jan 22 22:08:11.518080 2015] [:error] [pid 3019] [client] PHP Warning: mysqli_fetch_array() expects parameter 2 to be long, string given in /opt/www/programy.lh/wp-content/plugins/wp-csv/CPK_WPCSV_Posts_Model.php on line 37, referer: http://programy.lh/wp-admin/tools.php?page=wp-csv.php

    I solved this by editing CPK_WPCSV_Posts_Model.php


    Hope it helps

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