61 thoughts on “Compatible with WP 2.0-beta-1

  1. Thanks so much for this plugin. I’ve been looking for something like this for so long and it was so easy to use and install!

  2. Hi,

    Great plugin but I have a problem. When I use UTF-8 values in a select box, it makes ugly squares and other stuff… My site use a wonderfull language whith beautifull accents… Is it possible to have a UTF-8 compatible version of your already powerfull plugin ?
    Thankx :-)

  3. This plugin is great! It would be even more great of certain custom fields only appear when certain categories are chosen.

  4. THANKS for creating this plug-in! It was precisely what I needed. It was the cherry on top of the sundae! Client can now create a property listing by just filling in forms and WordPress handles the rest. Sweet!!

    You sir, are a LUV MOCHEEN.

  5. lellie, I am very interested in getting your version of the plugin with the header. Or can you tell me what/where to add it?

  6. I have WP 2.0.5 installed and none of the custom fields are showing up on the create new post screen. I am just using the sample items that are in the conf.ini.

    Is there something I am missing?

  7. Hello, i was wondering how I would be able to get line breaks in the text areas to show when the information is displayed on a word press page? When i enter a list into the text area the data, when displayed, is in one chunk of text instead of on seperate lines.

    Any help would be great.


  8. I love thi splugin Joshua, but I’m having a slight problem using it with WP 2.0.5. Whenever I use an apostophe in a field, WP is adding a slash. For example, if I enter “Michael’s Post” in a custom field, when I save the post, it becomes “Michael\’s Post.”

    I would love to get this issue resolved, and I’d be happy to pay for your help.

    Thanks – Michael

  9. If you’re having problems with slashes being added in WP 2.05 look for line 460 in /wp-includes/functions.php

    $value = maybe_serialize($value);
    $value = $wpdb->escape($value);

    Simply add the following line after that:

    $value = stripslashes($value);

    That will strip the slashes added before the SQL insert.

  10. Chris – it doesn’t seem to work for me: I get the following error when trying to upload files:

    WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ’31’ width=’128′”;s:4:”file”;s:62:”/home/nlgn001/public_html/public/wp-content/up’ at line 1]
    INSERT INTO wp_postmeta (post_id,meta_key,meta_value) VALUES (‘650′,’_wp_attachment_metadata’,’a:4:{s:5:”width”;i:700;s:6:”height”;i:171;s:14:”hwstring_small”;s:23:”height=’31’ width=’128′”;s:4:”file”;s:62:”/home/nlgn001/public_html/public/wp-content/uploads/mslogo.png”;}’)

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/nlgn001/public_html/public/wp-includes/wp-db.php:105) in /home/nlgn001/public_html/public/wp-includes/pluggable-functions.php on line 270

    Can anyone help?

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