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Can't change any default setting
October 10, 2007
3:12 pm
Sergio Majluf
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I just installed the latest version (540), and although the plugin works – I can insert the default form in any page/post and send the email, I cannot make any change to the default settings. i.e.

I can't add nor remove fields from the form, create a new form, change any ohter option, etc.

When I hit the "Update Settings" button, I get redirected to my error page in wordpress, as in Content not found.

This is the url I get redirected to:

http://diseno.udd.cl/wp-admin/admin.php?page=conta….. 

 

Runing WP 2.2.1, I've tested on different browsers, win and Mac to no avail.

 

¿any ideas? 

October 10, 2007
7:04 pm
Oliver
Munich, Germany
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Is your web server a Windows system (IIS)?

Do you see all the plugin config pages?

Can you Update/Save any data or does always result in the "Content not found" err?

What happens when you copy/paste the URL in question into a new browser window, does it also report the error? 

October 11, 2007
4:59 am
Sergio Majluf
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Is your web server a Windows system (IIS)?


No. It's a linux server… shared hosting plan

Do you see all the plugin config pages?


Yes, cforms II, Plugin Settings, Styling and Help!

Can you Update/Save any data or does always result in the "Content not found" err?


The only thing I'm able to change is the style. Every other led to the error page. Even deleting a field from the default form.

What happens when you copy/paste the URL in question into a new browser window, does it also report the error? 


If I'm within the same browser (to keep me logged in) it takes me to back the settings page. On a different browser it asks for my log info, and then takes me to the plugin's page

Thanks!

October 11, 2007
7:56 am
Oliver
Munich, Germany
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Very odd, haven't seen anything like this before. Could you get in touche with your hosting provider? I'm at a loss. As a wild guess, I would say it could have to do with how your web server handles POST/GET calls.

Another thought, do you have any special plugins runnin, security mechanisms installed, a modified .htaccess?

October 12, 2007
10:36 pm
Sergio Majluf
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Odd, Odd, Odd.

I do have a few directions in the .htaccess file. Also, the site is hosted at one address, and aliased to another.

However, temporarily deleting the htaccess file (and exposign some security issues!), and accesing directly to the physical address and not the alias (yes, I changed the blog config under admin options), did nothing to help solve my problem.

I'll try upgrading to wp 2.3, but any other ideas are still welcome.

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