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Adam Czajczyk commented on Why I just see 'member' as role ?Feb 20, 2017
Hello! You'll find the usage guide for Membership 2 Pro here: https://premium.wpmudev.org/project/membership/#product-usage It should give you a solid foundation for using the plugin but if you have any additional questions, don't hesitate to ask :) Best regards, Adam
Adam Czajczyk commented on hummingburd not combining jsFeb 20, 2017
Hello Jonathan, I took a liberty of checking your site and I made following changes there: - I disabled minification temporarily - then I disabled the "Remove query strings from static resources" plugin - and setup minification again. The Hummingbird's "Performance report" doesn't report all the files now, instead it returns only 8 of them, of which some are external to the site and cannot be processed that way. The "Remoe query strings from static resources" plugin can sometimes interfere with minification so it's better to keep it disabled here. As for further minification/combination/removing render blocking resources. The Pingdom tes still reports more files. There are four Hummingbird created resources which actually have to be there because they contain minified and combined resources, one that apparently cannot be processed (unfortunately there are some files that can't be touched without breaking the site) an some that are external. My suggestion therefore would be to: 1. Attempt to move as many files as possible to the footer. That can be done by switching "Position" switch on "Hummingbird -> Minification" page for files; it'd be better to either do it one by one or to move them all and then experiment with switching some of them back to "original" position - as moving all off them to the footer might break the page 2. After all are moved there, enabling "Store my files on the WPMU DEV CDN" option to push those minified/combined files to the CDN so they'd be served faster. 3. Then implementing full-page caching such as W3 Total Cache or Batcache or WP Super Cache (just make sure that if there's an option to minimize JS/CSS in the plugin, it's disabled and enabled only in Hummingbird). That together should improve the score further and let you go as far as possible with that kind of optimization. If you have additional questions, let me know. Best regard, Adam
Adam Czajczyk commented on WPMU: from Multi-DB to HyperDB (partitioning)Feb 19, 2017
Hey Darek! I have moved this topic to the "Members" forum already. Hopefully some other members of our community will be able to share some helpful id...
Adam Czajczyk commented on Bugfix for HTML Email TemplatesFeb 19, 2017
Hello John A. I hope you're having a nice day! That's a great shot, so thank you for sharing it with us. I have already passed that to developers so I believe they'll make use of your code. I already made some points fly your way too :) Best regards, Adam
Adam Czajczyk commented on GLOBAL CATEGORIES FIX USING MULTISITE GLOBAL TERMS PLUGINFeb 19, 2017
Hello Anthony, I hope you're well today and thank you for your question! I believe you are referring to this thread of yours: https://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/disabling-category-product-count I see that you also posted this solution there so Luis will see it when he gets back online for work. Just in case, I have also notified him directly about it and he'll get back to you soon. Kind regards, Adam
Adam Czajczyk commented on Posts go to 404 pageFeb 19, 2017
Hello Lashan! Thank you for your replay. I'm sorry I didn't notice that before. In that case that's fine indeed but I must say I'm a bit stuck too. I would like to take much closer look at your site if you don't mind then. To do this I would need a direct access to it so if you agree please send in: Subject: "Attn: Adam Czajczyk" - Mark to my attention, the subject line should contain only: ATTN: Adam Czajczyk - Do not include anything else in the subject line, doing so may delay our response due to how email filtering works. - Link back to this thread - login URL and admin account login credentials (may be a temporary admin account) data - Include FTP log-in details (hostname, username & password) - Include hosting control panel access details (login address, username & password) - cPanel's usually the control panel used for this, but your provider may use something else; I'll need this for accessing your site's database, preferably via phpMyAdmin - Include any relevant URLs for your site Please use our contact form here https://premium.wpmudev.org/contact/#i-have-a-different-question. Best regards, Adam
Adam Czajczyk commented on contact form not sending emailsFeb 19, 2017
Hello Luke, I hope you're well today and thank you for your question! I have accessed and tested your site. If it comes to making form sending mails over SMTP, apart from setting up a plugin it also has to be enabled in form settings. There's a "SMTP Settings" tab when you edit the contact form via Upfront where you can enable it. However, I think the issue here is different. I found out that regardless of settings, when you try to send a message there's an "500 Internal Server Error" returned by ajax calls twice. I believe that is related. A bit surprising fact is that there's not many plugins installed so a plugin conflict is quite unlikely here. Therefore it's either a WP memory limit issue (which is very often in case with "500 Internal Server Error") or a server side problem. Let's then start with elimination the first one as it's much easier. To do this, please add following line to the "wp-config.php" file of your site: define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '256M'); That line should be placed above the "/* That's all, stop editing...*/" line. Once its there, test the form again please both in current mode and in SMTP mode. If it still doesn't work, please add more lines to "wp-config.php" file: define('WP_DEBUG', true); define("WP_DEBUG_LOG', true); define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false); They should also be above the "/* that's all stop editing... */" one. Then please test form again and: - access your server via FTP or cPanel's File Manager tool - download the "debug.log" file from "/wp-content" folder - rename the file to "debug.txt" and attach it to your replay here. Best regards, Adam
Adam Czajczyk commented on Posts go to 404 pageFeb 19, 2017
Hello Lashan, Thank you for granting access. I checked both your sites and the issue and I think the issue on live site is the Site Address (URL) setting that's not pointing to the site. Please go to the "Settings -> General" page and you'll see that while "WordPress Address (URL)" is set to "yourdomain.com/balls" the "Site Address (URL)" is set to "yourdomain.com". To fix the issue, make sure that both these options are the same and include "/balls" part :) After that - re-save permalinks again, purge cache and it should be working fine. Let me know please if that solved the issue :) Best regards, Adam
Adam Czajczyk commented on Hummingbird won't run test on Highway1discoveryroute.comFeb 19, 2017
Hello Scot, I hope you're well today and thank you for your question. When checked "from outside" your site doesn't respond with any redirects and errors so we can eliminate these most common causes. That means however that we could use some more detailed troubleshooting. That said, could you please run a standard debugging on the site? To do this, first enable WordPress debugging by adding following lines to the "wp-config.php" file of your site: define('WP_DEBUG', true); define('WP_DEBUG_LOG', true); define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false); These lines should be located above the "/* That's all, stop editing... */" line. Once they are there, please run Hummingbird performance test again and then download the "debug.log" file from "/wp-content/" folder on your server, rename it to "debug.txt" and attach to your replay here. Hopefully, that will give me a clue on what is going on on the site and why it's failing to complete. Best regards, Adam