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Yes, that’s the idea. all files to be protected and not some. images could have sensitive info too.September 17, 2019 at 8:58 am in reply to: Paypal Micropayments - PayPal IPN response from a different email address #4694
You’re very welcome :) Always let us know if you run into a glitch or a have a suggestion.September 13, 2019 at 8:27 am in reply to: Paypal Micropayments - PayPal IPN response from a different email address #4692
We’ve just pushed the release and within several hours you should be prompted to update.
You can also force WordPress to pull the latest updates sooner by going WP Admin :: Updates and click on the Check Again button again.
If you’d like you can enable plugin logging by defining this constant in wp-config.php
It will log additional information in /wp-content/ folder.
If the problem still persists please send the log file via email to help at the same domain.
Thanks again for reporting this bug.
SlaviSeptember 13, 2019 at 8:01 am in reply to: Paypal Micropayments - PayPal IPN response from a different email address #4691
Thanks for providing that information.
We’ve made some fixes to the plugin and will push a release shortly.
In the meantime can you make sure that you’re using the primary email address for the micro paypal account?
https://wordpress.org/support/topic/validation-error-paypal-ipn-response-from-a-different-email-address-2/September 12, 2019 at 3:19 pm in reply to: Paypal Micropayments - PayPal IPN response from a different email address #4689
Ok. That’s good. What’s your WooCommerce version? You should be able to see it in the plugin’s section right under the plugin description textSeptember 12, 2019 at 12:14 pm in reply to: Paypal Micropayments - PayPal IPN response from a different email address #4687
You do have 2 separate paypal accounts, right?September 11, 2019 at 12:56 pm in reply to: Paypal Micropayments - PayPal IPN response from a different email address #4685
Can you confirm if you’ve set the regular/default paypal email address in WooCommerce :: Settings :: Payments?
Also did you set your micro payments email in Settings :: Orbisius PayPal Micropayments for WooCommerce Settings ?
the css loads fine.
you’re missing: /css/page-home.css file or something is blocking the access to it.
If you want us to troubleshoot further this that would be paid a service. Feel free to contact us with lots of info so we can troubleshoot it more efficiently.
The URL is invalid. Please, check the site by opening Developer Tools within your browser.
That’s an interesting idea.
Would those PDF files be residing in one folder or you’d like to whitelist only specific files?
You need to ask the theme author.
Our plugin creates the child theme and doesn’t make assumptions about anything else.
It tries to copy the settings from the parent theme and that’s it!
After the child theme is created it doesn’t interfere with the child theme.
With that said the plugin comes with a handy double editor which allows you to make further customizations to the theme.
On one screen you can copy and paste into the other theme.
You must have clicked the create child theme button multiple times or refreshed the page.
To to go back just activate the parent theme. I am sure you had changes made there.
You can delete the child themes just like any WordPress theme. Just Go to appearance and click on it’s title.
Somewhere on that popup there should be a delete link.
Thank you for reporting this.
We take security & speed issues very seriously.
This is really odd. Would it be possible to provide temporary access to your site so we can look into this?
You can contact us from this form.
There won’t be a charge, normally any troubleshooting is a paid service. If this is an issue that may pop up and affect lots of people we want to be a few steps ahead of the problems.
Do you know your server’s php memory limits?
Are you running php 7?
Also by loosing customizations that you mean that when you try to save the content the page crashes and your changes are lost?
The style.css is empty because a months ago we’ve upgraded the plugin to use a better way of loading child css style via functions.php.
To answer your question: to add the facebook SDK you can edit header or footer files in the child theme.
You can edit those from the Orbisius Theme Editor under appearance.
I have the feeling that there’s a better approach. Have you checked if there’s a plugin that will allow you to accomplish what you’re after?
It’s plugin’s job to load facebook’s sdk.