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September 25, 2014 at 9:38 pm in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 27540
Can you suggest a safe way to do this, then ? Regarding our users (like hashes for passwords, etc.) and general safety
September 25, 2014 at 12:35 am in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 27468
Again, I’d really like to avoid that. It seems too invasive. Can’t you just tell me what do you want to try or run something with debug so you can further understand what the problem is ?
September 22, 2014 at 8:38 pm in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 27209
I had it already set the permalink to “post name”. I hit save anyways and didn’t changed a bit (the error is exactly the same). It didn’t resolve the issue.
Any other idea ?
September 18, 2014 at 7:45 pm in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 26987
It’s not an option for us to upgrade wordpress. We use debian stable and we want to use that. And we are using the latest version of your plugin (check the versions I posted and let me know if it’s not the last one).
What can I do to use the plugin on debian stable without errors ?
September 13, 2014 at 8:02 am in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 26737
Sorry, the URL is not showing. Something like: /how-phplist-helps-you-follow-canadas-new-casl-spam-law/feed/
September 13, 2014 at 7:14 am in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 26735
The problem seems to be the WP Project Manager plugin. I disabled all the plugins except for:
WP Project Manager – Frontend (version 1.2.1)
Even then, when I go to a URL like: /\
So it seems the plugin is having problems with wordpress itself. I’m using wordpress 3.6.1+dfsg-1~deb7u4 from debian stable.
Is there some other test that can help you fix the bug in WP Project Manager ?
September 4, 2014 at 9:12 pm in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 26319
Is that the only option ? I’d like to try some other way first, if possible. I find doing that kind of invasive. I received by email a reply asking for the plugins installed. So, can I just give you that now ? Giving admin access seems like too much as a first step IMHO.
So, just in case the list of plugins is useful, I’ll tell you that I’m using wordpress from debian stable and the plugins installed are:
add-meta-tags/ version 2.4.3
If you want me to test something in particular, just let me know! 🙂
August 25, 2014 at 8:19 pm in reply to: Unknown column 'wp_posts.post_type' in 'where clause' 25847
I’m seeing the same error jmdezigns says also without WOOCommerce. For example, I see:
I’m using WP Project Manager PRO 0.5.3 and WP Project Manager – Frontend 1.2.1 with buddypress and other several plugins.
None of the fixes/workarounds suggested on this thread fix them, as they seem to be all applied in these versions (change 10 to 99 in /includes/functions.php is already done in my version, for example).
Do you have any idea how can I further debug this ?
Thanks a lot
thanks, can text on dev site now. You should link to that docs tho, been looking for them for 20 mins… anyway, are we supposed to be able to post in the pro forums?
same with Calendar and tasks pages – I made tasks and dates and they don’t display on the pages I assigned for those.