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  • Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    I asked for more details, and the first person to mention it was on Apr. 11, quick addition

    Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    Hello,

    My apologies, private place. But it’s as I write it, you write a comment as guest, the supposedly being there edit button, isn’t.

    Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    Hello and thank you,

    Nope, still not that. But upon reading the error log, I noticed the mention of one of the plugins present on the site, WP Editor, that adds syntax colouring to the html of posts.

    That was the culprit, a part of its code wasn’t working anymore with today’s wordpress.

    In case other people are afflicted with the same issue, here is the support thread in which the solution is given:
    https://wordpress.org/support/topic/if-your-plugin-is-going-haywire-click-here-for-the-fix-jan-2020/

    And if that link ceases to work, the direct solution is to edit WP Editor > classes > WPEditor.php, to replace $data = ”; with $data = array(); on line 324.

    *

    Now, that has fixed the problem of the list of the plugins.

    Will it fix my collate function not working problem that started it all, with the newer version of my wpdiscuz plugin, I have no idea. TBH I’m too afraid to test right now, I’ll test tomorrow, huhu.

    But at least, that’s an issue fixed, which is always good πŸ™‚

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    With a bit of a delay, thank you!

    I can confirm $data = array(); works, and the plugin didn’t break πŸ™‚

    Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    Hello Prashant, thanks for the idea, but no, these options/plugins are not present…

    Oh, this is sad. I’ve been using your plugin and will keep on so with wordpress (here’s to hoping it won’t break too soon, and will survive long into php8, php9, and more!), it’s a great help to facilitate the adaptation of themes.

    So, well, in case you read this reply, dear plugin dev, thank you for your work, it IS appreciated.

    Pity the internet reflects the world, in which the most idiotic and most foolishly entitled are also the most vocal, blowing them way out of proportion. I won’t rant if you quit here because of such idiots, everyone deserves peace of mind, I hope you’ll be well in the future, take care πŸ™‚

    Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    Ah, about that, it’s relatively weird.

    – The two latest update mentioned that wp cli was recommended instead for blogs with 1000+ posts, so I did it that way, “wp yoast index”, and with that it worked flawlessly in the shell console, there was the progress bar and upon completion, a success message.

    – And yet, in wp-admin/admin.php?page=wpseo_dashboard, there is STILL the “NEW: Yoast SEO can now store your site’s SEO data in a smarter way!
    Don’t worry: this won’t have to be done after each update.
    Click here to speed your site now!” message.

    You’re absolutely right! How DARE they commit mistakes in something they provide us free of charge and that worked properly for years, it’s abominable, it’s damnably shocking. Those mongrels know no decency.

    True, users could resort to solutions such as the well-known wp-rollback plugin, but it’s unfair to expect of free plugin users to spend no less than ten minutes researching how to rollback to an earlier version of a wordpress plugin, seriously, ten minutes, it’s far too much.

    And everyone knows the proper English would be that they have speeded a site.

    Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    Thanks for the heads-up, I confirm the site is working again with the 14.1 update.

    One minor bug report perhaps, after yoast SEO was re-enabled, I was greeted in my plugins admin page with a message that Yoast could store in a better way the SEO data, so why not, I clicked to allow it, it went on to proceed the 15k+ posts… and when I came back to this tab an hour later, the dialogue had disappeared, replaced with the initial proposal. When I clicked, again, to accept in that initial proposal, then came this error message “Something went wrong while optimizing the SEO data of your site. Please try again later.”

    Nothing big, but maybe you were interested in hearing about that error.
    Maybe a php execution timeout, my server’s pretty strict, 30 or 60 seconds I think, and I’m not raising it just to please a blog plugin. If it’s normal then, no worries. But in case it’s not normal, if you want me report more details (does the plugin store error messages in such cases, for instance), lmk!

    Sabinooo

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    https://i.imgur.com/gMp5hX0.jpg

    I got less than five seconds, it’s a progress ^^

    Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    Allright, I’ll do that. Thank you, and sorry about posting the API key, I didn’t know it was designed to be kept a secret, my bad!

    Sabinooo

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    At this point, I feel this is something you should instead ask of your web host and to Cloudflare, through their own respective support ticket systems.

    But it’s super hard to tell, no idea why or how it works, I only get one or two slowdowns each time, after which it works fast again, so good luck testing when it’s hard to replicate an issue on demand.
    What I would do myself, for further testing, is to check if wordpress can be blamed or not, then if the server’s innards can be blamed or not.
    Take any media image on your site, copy its URL location, test it in your browser, does it have the same slowdown or not. (But again, maybe the slowdown won’t happen again and yet it’s here that there is the problem.)
    If yes, same slowdown: no PHP was required for the loading of the image, so it’s officially not wordpress’ fault.
    If not, quick loading this time: that might have to do with PHP in your server, wordpress or the server itself, or the SSL with cloudflare.

    Sorry, I can’t help!

    Sabinooo

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    SSL configuration with Cloudflare may be confusing because of the multiple options they offer, made to accomodate several possible situations.
    (1) They’ll attempt to do good by offering SSL when there is none available (they call it “Flexible”), but they’ll also have
    (2) the option to accept a self-signed certificate on the server (the server secures the communication between you and it, but it’s not certified by any web authority: guaranteed alert in the browser of the visitors) while “converting” it to a globally recognized certificate (no more alert in the browsers of the visitors) (they call it “Full”) , and of course there’s the final option to
    (3) simply take the fully valid SSL of the website and just pass it along to the rest of the internet without any complications (they call it “Full (Strict)”). This third situation is the most common one, as normally your host provides you with a valid SSL solution.

    I don’t know which is the default config for Cloudflare regarding SSL.
    However, I would be inclined to doubt there’s a relationship with your problem, normally it’s a matter of a minuscule fraction of seconds at the beginning of the connexion.

    Regarding the nameservers changed to Cloudflare: this is fully normal, and fully necessary. If you want Cloudflare to stand between the world and your server, so that it may deliver cached contents, the nameservers must be pointed to Cloudflare. This way, the rest of the world is asked to call Cloudflare instead of calling your server.
    This bit shouldn’t cause any delay at all, none.

    Thread Starter Sabinooo

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    Thank you for the answer!

    My bad for the suspicion, it was another plugin called Simple Page Redirect, indeed. It was part of something else and the addition of this box to the post editor wasn’t expected, heh.

    Good evening to you!

    Sabinooo

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    Ah, that must be it, Mark.

    Attempting the non-https gave me 5-6 seconds delays, indeed. If it’s already abnormally long, it may be even longer on the occasion.

    https://imgur.com/a/pOQXsVX

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