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WP Missed Schedule Fix Failed Future Posts

wordpress plugin wp missed schedule fix failed future posts with this problem and republish them correctly 10 items each session every 10 minutes .

20 reviews
Average Rating
4.3 out of 5 stars
Not sure
By , for WP 4.2.2

After reading the Grant Norwood 1 star review, I was wondering if it's safe to download this plugin or not.
The moderation should let the plugin author reply and explain, so everybody like myself, who read it and it's a bit confused, to trust on this. On the other hand, I believe if WP repository staff test this to let be here safer to everyone.

An enlightening on this about WP staff would be nice.
Thanks.

Fixed our Missed Schedule issue
By , for WP 4.2.2

We recently were notified by several clients that their scheduled posts weren't publishing after WP 4.2.2 update was put in place.

I hadn't seen this issue before, and upon further research, it looks like this has been an issue with wp-cron.php off and on for a while. We haven't had any issue with any of the sites till just now, and I found this plugin which seems to fix the issue.

Hopefully one day WP will get to the root of this issue and fix it, but until then, this plugin does what it says it does.

This plugin has solved my problems.
By , for WP 4.0

When, on my blog, is programmed more posts, the nightmare that were not published correctly, is one obsession fo me: but now i'm sure, with this plugin installed, that everything works perfectly.

Thanks!

The beta version is better than the normal version.
By , for WP 4.1

I tried the beta version of this plugin, and I find it really good, and very well structured: congratulations for this idea!

great work very useful
By , for WP 4.1.1

thanks very much

Crashes on installation
By , for WP 4.1

Unable to activate. Upon TRYING to activate, get an immediate crash and plugin reverts to inactive status. error code returned is WITHIN PLUGIN file(s). Sure, could be conflict with a plugin I use, but need them all and cannot spend inordinate amount of time isolating the problem.

This plugin echoes secret tracking info to your site as HTML comments
By , for WP 4.1

The author chose to echo a bunch of garbage to every HTML page as comments so he can use Google searches to track install base, and potentially other secret [ profanity redacted ] using multiple md5() hashing, which is a tell-tale sign of malware. He probably charges money for a "pro" version to remove it, too ... it's sketchy at best, just plain malicious at worst.

Stay away from this plugin and just fix your cron, you'll be so much happier when things are working and you aren't allowing this plugin to dump garbage to your page.

I had no problem with scheduling until I changed Web hosts
By , for WP 4.1

Thankfully, this plugin 1s the solution, and all you have to do is install it!

Very great
By , for WP 3.9.2

Great plugin, solved missed schedule post for my site.

Thanks u very much...

Cool!
By , for WP 3.9.1

Thanks for this handy fix! I'd like to be able to reduce the frequency of checks, to save overhead, since I only schedule posts occasionally. Is there much overhead?

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