Anti-Splog DB (database) auto-install instruction.

This request relates to the note in the Anti-Splog installation instruction:
"Please Note:
If the auto-install does not add the db table(s) and fill them for you then run the sql code in "sql.txt" on your wpmu db IN ORDER!" Located at:

Would like to have additional detailed instruction for the Anti-Splog installation relating to the auto-install of the sql DB tables to have some confidence that this installation is correct. This confirmation is more important than most installations since there is little in the operation of this plugin that would directly indicate an incorrect installation.
Please show (including screenshots, if possible):
1. where the DB tables are located,
2. what they should look like if properly installed,
3. what the manual install would look like at each step of running the sql code ("run the sql code in "sql.txt"on your wpmu db IN ORDER"),
4. anything else that might help confirm correct installation.

  • Mason
    • DEV MAN’s Sidekick

    Hiya pluzon,

    The anti-splog plugin only creates one new table in your database. The setup and screenshots would largely depend on how you're interfacing with your database (phpMyAdmin or similar) and what you have settings like your default prefix for WordPress tables.

    By default, Anti-Splog should create one table called "wp_ust". On my installs, it's always the last table in the WordPress database. You can tell it's up and working if it's getting populated with information. I've attached a screenshot of one of my installs with a portion of the tables.

    There's not much more to it than that. Do you have reason to believe the plugin isn't working correctly?


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