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10/03/2016 at 7:15 am #39401510/03/2016 at 7:16 am #394016Julia CraneGuest
By the way, I saw on another thread that a caching plugin may have been responsible for the “Token mismatch” error. I have therefore deactivated my caching plugin, but am unfortunately getting the same results.
Julia10/03/2016 at 9:11 am #394023
You do not not have to completely disable your caching, just the page with Form on it, exclude the URL.
Did you give the user role the edit moderated capability on the Connections : Roles admin page?10/05/2016 at 2:55 pm #394377
I just disabled cacheing for testing purposes.
Yes, the user has the “edit moderated” capability box ticked.
Julia10/05/2016 at 3:50 pm #394379
Ok, then. I’ll need an admin login so I can take a closer look. The login details can be posted here as a private reply.10/09/2016 at 9:36 am #394785This reply has been marked as private.10/10/2016 at 5:14 pm #394958
Ok, I installed the User Switching plugin so I could debug on your site…
I made a slight tweak to Connections (actually undid a change added to improve SEO). Can you confirm that it works correctly for you too?
It is does, then I’ll need to make a tweak to Form/Link and release updates to them so they’ll be compatible with the change in Connections. I plan on tackling this change tomorrow to test on you site.10/11/2016 at 2:12 am #394996
I’m not getting the 404s anymore or the Token mismatch error, so that’s great.
However, if I add an entry then submit the form, when the page refreshes, I get an “Add directory” link on the menu rather than an “Edit directory link”. I was able to add multiple entries this way, which isn’t ideal! The correct link appears on other pages however, and on the form page when I log back in. The caching plugin isn’t enabled, so it’s not that.
Julia10/11/2016 at 9:52 am #395102
re: if I add an entry then submit the form, when the page refreshes, I get an “Add directory” link on the menu rather than an “Edit directory link”. I was able to add multiple entries this way, which isn’t ideal!
This was a configuration setting… you had enabled the link to display. Some users what users both to maintain a specific entry and the ability to add new entries so this is an option that can enabled/disabled. I turned it off in the settings for you.
The tweak I made would not change the token mismatch error. I disable the logic that would throw the 404. So, I still suspect the token mismatch was due to the caching.
The 404 logic does highlight two bugs in the code that were not apparent before. I’m tackling these right now and will make the fixes on you site so you can verify that it works.
I’ll reply back after I have these two bugs fixed. I expect to have them addressed in the next few hours.10/11/2016 at 11:08 am #395105
Ok, give it another once over, I believe I have fully corrected the bugs.
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