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Bradford Luten

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  • Member Since: August 20th, 2012
  • Davis, CA
  • Posted a reply to "HMBKP_SCHEDULE_TIME", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I just upgraded to v2.6 and I also saw my daily and weekly backup schedules…

    4 months ago

  • Created a topic, WordPress security alerts, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    9 months ago

  • Posted a reply to "to make CAS Authentication working for WordPress 3.4.1", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    @Andre- That's interesting. Looks like the source is still in Trac: http://plugins.trac.wordpress.org/browser/cas-authentication/

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "PHP: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ELSE", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Inspecting our php.ini file: ; short_open_tag ; Default Value: On ; Development Value: Off ;…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "PHP: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ELSE", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Yes! The plugin does activate with that correction.

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "PHP: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ELSE", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Ah, line 299 looks like it start with <? instead of <?php. <? if ($flagged…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "PHP: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ELSE", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I just tried updating from 0.54 to 1.0.2 and encountered this. Plugin could not be…

    1 year ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    If I toggle the existing schedule from daily to manual, and then back to daily,…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    OK. Things look better in v2.0.4. The <size> is calculating, like is does in v1.6.9.…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Its interesting that the resulting URL doesn't generate a detectable browser error.

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Looks like the site name is followed by the physical path instead of the virtual…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    I see style sheet links on tools.php that have the same issue: <link rel='stylesheet' id='hmbkp_fancybox-css'…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    It doesn't come up in the Chrome DevTools Resources tab, and there's no apparent error.…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    There aren't any errors. I simply don't see hmbkp.js load with v2.0.3, like I do…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    It loads hmbkp.js in v1.6.9, but does not in v2.0.3.

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    No apparent JavaScript errors when bringing up the Manage Backups page </wp-admin/tools.php?page=backupwordpress>. I'm not seeing…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "[Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Just updated to v2.0.3 and the behavior does not appear to have changed, on the…

    2 years ago

  • Created a topic, [Plugin: BackUpWordPress] Backup Time Appears to be Current Time, on the site WordPress Support Forums

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "to make CAS Authentication working for WordPress 3.4.1", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    In regards to the add new user issue, when the password fields are hidden, it…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "to make CAS Authentication working for WordPress 3.4.1", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    If I set show_password_fields to true, and use the MD5 of the return value from…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "to make CAS Authentication working for WordPress 3.4.1", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Ack. Ignore the last paragraph in my last post above. Changing the show_password_fields function does…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "to make CAS Authentication working for WordPress 3.4.1", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    @Richard- I had tried this plugin without and with the changes you suggested above, before…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "to make CAS Authentication working for WordPress 3.4.1", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    Interesting... If I enable "Auto-register new users?" I can log in. If I turn it…

    2 years ago

  • Posted a reply to "to make CAS Authentication working for WordPress 3.4.1", on the site WordPress Support Forums:
    @Richard I'm trying to get this working. The wp-login.php redirects to our CAS login page,…

    2 years ago