I have unticked the boxes now, but am now wondering what would be the best way to reinstate my self-pings. Maybe I am misusing the technology, but I use self pings to link to and build upon past posts.
I am assuming that this somehow relates to the theme as I tested out two other themes and they worked fine. I also updated to the latest version of Autonomie and am running WordPress 5.5.3
I am also finding that some links are being stripped from Response Properties when I publish. For example, I tried posting this issue from my site, but it kept removing the Github URL when I press ‘publish’.
Here are the error details provided by WordPress:
WordPress version 5.5.1
Current theme: Collect2016 (version 0.1)
Current plugin: Post Kinds (version 3.4.1)
PHP version 7.2.33
An error of type E_ERROR was caused in line 255 of the file /home/readwrit/collect.readwri
I also imagine that allowing users to subscribe would mean that one could use any form of storage, whether this is Google (as referred to in this request) or WordPress.
Even better than integrating with IFTTT would be to provide webhooks that could be integrated with IFTTT. This is what Inoreader has done. Doing so what then open up the options to any number of applications.
I have this strange feeling that it is not Parse This that is the problem, but it is where I am noticing the issue.
I will continue testing and try to make note of any consistencies.
It also seems to have broken my bookmarklets generated using URL Forwarder.
Not sure if that helps, sorry.
No matter what I add or delete, the widgets still exist.
I saw @jgmac1106 mention about totally reinstalling WordPress again. Maybe that is what is required? Just wondering if anyone has any guides or considerations with doing this (on new ground,) Or maybe I am just jumping the gun.
Maybe it has something to do with the URL? The added information? It has always mystified me, but I have learnt to live with it.
I will capture an image next time it happens.
Of course it is in the bottom left-hand corner:
Thanks Jay Atwood