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  • #14145

    ian
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    Just moved from staging to production. Can you delete any activation on my account so I can Activate the plugin on the production server?

    Thank YOu

    #14148

    Mahi
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    Post count: 1555

    license deactivated. Please active on production site only.

    Thank you.

    #14154

    ian
    Member
    Post count: 2

    Thank you. That error has disappeared, but not none of my forms seem to be working. T

    All of my forms are listed under User Frontend >> Forms. But when I click on one of them, all of the fields I created are not showing. All I see is the message “Click on a form element to add to the editor”

    I checked the database, and all of the information is saved showing up under wp_postmeta where meta_key = wpuf_form.

    Any idea why this would be happening?

    #14215

    Tareq Hasan
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    Post count: 2831

    Sorry Ian, we've no idea why thats happening. You might need to create the form again, but really, that SHOULDN'T happen!

    #14222

    ian
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    Post count: 2

    Thanks for the reply. I was able to figure it out with a little yelling at the computer and a lot of caffeine. I always use a different URL for the staging server site (ie. beta.website.com). So when I did a find/replace in SQL for all parameters of siteurl, it also changed some links in the ‘Custom HTML‘ field I used in my forms. The parameters for WPUF use standard wordpress notation (ie. s:4:”html”;s:3:”etc”). The domain was a different string length, so as soon as I changed the string count, it worked!

    Here's the info in case anyone stumbles upon a similar issue:

    > Find out your wpuf form id, then in the database, search for:

    SELECT * FROM wp_postmeta WHERE 'post_id'=<formid> AND 'meta_key'='wpuf_form'

    Edit the s: in the ‘meta_value‘ to use the correct value for the length of your string(s).

    Thanks for the great plugin!

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