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I seem to have the same problem described earlier in this topic (2 months, 3 weeks ago)
That is to say, If a new entry is submitted, the confirmation email is received but the submission is not queued.
We didn’t have a active license for a while but WordPress was upgraded during that time.
Site URL: http://afkw.org/annuaire/
Also I noticed that the setting->”default category” is not taken into account, I guess it could be linked to a database issue as well
I see you are running version 1.0.3 of Form, the current is 2.4. Please update and let me know if the issue is resolved.
I updated the plugins.
When I submit an entry, I get this message : Unknown error has occurred!
Still the same behavior with the default category,
Thanks for being so quick,
The form submission uses
http://afkw.org/wp-admin/admin-ajax.php like plugins should when doing ajax request. The server is responding with an error code of 302.
If I load the page in
https the submission seems to go thru fine. You should have a test submission from me.
My guess for the cause of the error is something in your sites configuration is blocking requests to the WordPress ajax api when sent over
http but works fine when sent over
Does that help?
Yes, it does, I have an idea where to fix this.
Thanks a lot,
.htaccess had a
REWRITERULE rule that forced requests to the
wp-admin directory to go over SSL.
That was done in order to force admin sessions to go over SSL.
I removed that and added a plugin to do that job.
Good to hear!
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