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  • It’s a statement of a problem. Maybe I’m misunderstanding, but I was thinking that viewers of my website pages should not be seeing a graph of traffic on my website. I didn’t add the graph to the pages and yet it displays there. It should only be on ADMIN pages, not front-end pages, right? And even then, it should only be on the dashboard, correct?

    So showing up on front-end pages when you are trying to look at design/layout is really annoying.

    We are using the Suffusion theme.

    If you Network Activate a plugin, then it is installed and active for all sites.

    If you don’t Network Active a plugin, then it is installed for all sites, but each site has to individually activate it.

    I’m having the same problem. I had a plugin (redirect-with-custom-field) installed and working. Now it shows in the Network plugins and is Network Activated, but doesn’t show in the Site Plugins. I’ve tried deactivating, uninstalling (which gave me an error that it was active on a site – which it wasn’t, or if it was, it wasn’t showing in the plugin list and it wasn’t doing what it was supposed to)

    Then I deleted the whole folder. Went to network admin -> plugins and added it again. Network activated it. Went to the mainsite and it does not show.

    Then I installed Multisite Plugin Manager and it doesn’t show there either.

    I can’t upgrade to 3.1.2 because that breaks the TinyMCE Advanced plugin.

    I’m having the same problem. Basically the same content shows up on every static page.

    I’m working on it now. Please let me know if you make any progress and I’ll do the same.

    /Wendy

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