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User Access Manager 1.0

Today I released the User Access Manager Version 1.0. Since the Beta 2 I try to fix all known bugs and speed the User Access Manager up. I think now it’s fast and stable. I would thank all people which help me to find bugs and fix speed issues. Some people send me the following error report:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_STRING, expecting T_OLD_FUNCTION or T_FUNCTION or T_VAR or '}' in /users/web/wp-content/plugins/user-access-manager/class/UserAccessManager.class.php on line 32

or

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_OBJECT_OPERATOR in /home/content/b/o/a/boatmik/html/wp/wp-content/plugins/user-access-manager/user-access-manager.php on line 87

That means you use a php version < php 5, but the User Access Manager needs at least php 5. Also some people say the use php 5 but the don’t. If you think you are using php 5 and get this error please download this file, extract it, upload the content to your webspace and run it: PHP Test. This will show you your php version.

What’s coming next? I will develop an plugin api that other plugin authors can use the access management of the User Access Manager in there plugins.

62 Responses to User Access Manager 1.0

  1. Hi
    Management is doing exactly the same thing that you’re going to walk into the template?


  2. I’m running into a problem when entering an internal link into the Post Content or Page Content fields: when I use ” or ‘ to put the link and title between, slashes are added and the links don’t work. I can only get it to work when I remove the title tag completely and remove the ” quotation marks around the link.

    I am using the latest versions of WP (3.5.2) and UAM (1.2.4.3), but I’ve had it before with version 1.2.2 as well…


  3. Hi,
    Can we add login page link on post content instead of [LOGIN_FORM].


  4. Hi

    I also have the same problem as Boris above. I have also tried setting it to redirect to another page but it doesnt work. Shows blanks.

    Thanks


  5. Hello,

    I am working with Aikido Kenkyukai in Santa Barbara, California [aksb.org]. We are currently receiving feedback from our host, HostGator, that we must check all of our plugins for use of admin-ajax.php because it is taking up too much processing time on their server.

    Does your plugin access this file [admin-ajax.php]? If so, how does it do so, and could it be responsible for causing the processing spike?

    Thanks,
    George


  6. HI Alex,

    My site internal pages slow down using UAM 1.2.4.3 with WP 3.4.2. Hope you can improve it. Thanks!! See Hostgator reply below..

    Hello,

    After additional investigation, we’ve found that your User Access Manager plugin is the source of the problem. It’s adding 3-10 seconds to the uncached page load times and it was set up to intercept all static content requests via .htaccess. I’ve disabled the .htaccess file at wp-content/uploads to prevent this slowdown, however the plugin is still going to make uncached pages load slower than necessary.

    Kind regards,

    Alex D.
    Linux Systems Administrator
    Hostgator.com LLC.
    http://support.hostgator.com/


  7. Hello,
    do you update User Access Manager for WP 3.7.1?


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  9. Hi I have downloaded and installed your plugin, but when I try to activate I get the following error message:

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    Fatal error: Call to a member function getAdminOptions() on a non-object in /home/paramo/blog.paramo-clothing.com/www/wp-content/plugins/user-access-manager-nextgen-gallery-extension/class/UamNgg.class.php on line 50

    any help would be much appreciated.

    Thanks

    Derrick


  10. Have you installed also the user access manager plugin?


  11. Hi Alex,

    Many thanks. I’d omitted that simple step in the process. All working fine now. This extension does exactly what I want and I will be upgrading to the Pro version, shortly. :-)

    Derrick


  12. Hi Alex,

    I am using the great UAM and need now the UAM-NextGEN Gallery Extension, but it seems not working with the current version of NextGEN.
    1. After “Updating Settings” (e.g. to hide a gallery) the settings are not stored.

    2. Where can the roles for a specific gallery be configured?

    Thanks,
    Christoph


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