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The old version that you can see in the error text is a defunct folder from an old installation I renamed to -old.
I de-activated the plugin prior tp upgrading and this was the error message I got.
I suspect it’s because there’s a similarly named directory in plugins that may be causing the issue?
Next question. Where to go to purchase the plugin?
and how far away will the ‘conditional logic’ be? any ETA?
Hi, I figured out how to do this before your reply.
The next problem is, I am handing out invitations also. I have published the codes etc BUT
Even with an invitation code, you are taken to PayPal.
How can I get around this?
Also, where do I pay for your plugin?
How far away would this be?
This one thing is literally the only thing stopping me from purchasing.
I think you should hurry up.
Any timeframe on this feature request. The SOONER the better@!
Thank you, and I tried your suggestion but it didn’t change.
I installed WP-Mail-SMTP and I configured everything correctly including allowing less secure programs to send thru Gmail.
I still get the same message.
I will mark this as resolved. But perhaps a system to prevent this from happening can be implemented into Pie-Register in the future?
That does help a little bit, just a little bit.
On Gmail how would I authenticate my own website to send out mails thru said account tho?January 31, 2015 at 12:48 pm in reply to: Removing Stock Pie Register entired from homepage titlebar #10003097
Thanks for your reply 🙂
I figured out how to remove the automatically generated content links from my top menu bar on my own, so thanks anyway!
I have another question. Not sure if you can help?
Am I able to use Pie-Register functions to make download links to external storage viewable to registered users only?