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8 thoughts on “WordPress 3.1”

  1. Upgraded yesterday to 3.1.1 and just discovered that the Polls plugin is broken. xD
    When I click the “View Results” button, nothing happens.
    Although I do have your other plugins installed, i didn’t have the chance to properly test them. You can check the Poll bug yourself by going to my weblog.

    See ya.

  2. Sure its there. @@
    Its probably chmod. I also had problems with some other directorys since the upgrade.
    WP must had reset everything. =3

    Thanks anyway for the hint. \o

  3. Ok, what i’ve done so far:
    – Deactivated all plugins, except WP-Polls;
    – Returned WordPress to default template;
    – Checked if and were in the right place;
    – Restored all poll templates to default;
    – chmod all folders inside wp-content to 755 and all files to 644;
    – Made sure wp-polls.php existed and all files were in the right place;

    Checked all the above a dozen times, and still WP-Polls doesnt work on WP 3.1.1. Also I get the same problem with WP-PostRatings. I would really appreciate any help.

    Note: I’ve returned to Mystique template and temporarily deactivated the polls, but if you need any information or the polls back up for testing, just mention it.
    Btw, sorry if im posting on the wrong place, and thanks in advance for any help.

  4. Check if there is any .htaccess which is normally hidden? Since you said the files is there, some permissions must be messing around preventing the script from being access vai the url

  5. I uploaded empty .htaccess files to all folders beginning with wp-content and forth and it made no difference, then i deleted them. Also wp-polls.php was viewable (error 500) when I deleted the main .htaccess file, and re-uploading it made WordPress once again thinks the file doesnt exist.

    I also deleted the plugin and reinstalled with no success in eliminating the bug.

    I checked if the encoding could be causing some incompability, but I couldnt get it to work with any of them.

    Well, thanks of all the time spent but I give up. u.u
    See ya. \o

  6. I don’t think is a char encoding issue, more like a permission issue or a conflict with plugin/theme.

    As you mentioned, the file is there, so something in WP or your theme/plugin or just server permission of the folder/file is filtering the request before it actually hits the wp-polls.php.

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