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- This topic has 37 replies, 3 voices, and was last updated 3 years, 11 months ago by OliverS.
4 years ago #1070144
I cannot change anything anymore at the Timetabel Setting, nor classes slug, nor class page layout - nothing.
After try to change e.g. values, saved them it went all back how it was before.
Please help.4 years ago #1070151
Hi, forget it! It's working again. Why? I have no clue. Thanks4 years ago #1070156
now the timetable settings are not working again.
What's wrong here.
And please: this is an urgent issue. You need to help me quickly.
Thanks4 years ago #1070200
Thanks for contacting us.
Please provide us with your website's URL/ admin account and FTP account privately. In addition, can you give us an image which clarifies your question clearly?
We will try to check as soon as possible.
Thanks so much.
NooTheme4 years ago #1070306
I am working locally but I have a public site for which I already gave admin rights to your programmer.
I think the request is quite clear. NooTimetable Settings is not working. I.e. I cannot change the "navigat link for item". After update it goes back to the value before. (see screenshot)
Why? What shell I do? Is it another bugg?
I cleared my cache already and it is still not updating.
Thanks for help.
Oliver4 years ago #1070399
I check on your site and the function "Navigate Link for Item" still normal works.4 years ago #1070401
yes, I know. But as I said. This is another public site. I am on another developing locally with MAMP.
Do you have a guess why it is not working?
Thanks4 years ago #1070461
I'm not sure about this problem, there may be a conflict between plugin Noo Timetable and plugin or your theme.
To be sure you can install new and only use the Noo timetable plugin and the WordPress default theme. If nothing happens, you continue to install your theme and check. Then for each plugin. Until you find out where the problem comes from.
Hope it helps!.
tb.4 years ago #1070501
I did what you asked me for: deactivated all plugins, used the default theme, installed and activated noo-timetable plugin as the only active plugin (see screenshots) - but unfortunately the error still prevails.
The settings in noo-timetable are just not updating.
Maybe the error lies in the sql-database? Should I delet all tables generated by your plugin? But then I will loose all my data. Work of 2-3 days will be gone.
If you think this would be an options then please can you give me a step by step guide how to do so and how I can save my inputs in order not to write everything again?
Any other ideas?
Thank you so much for your help and your time. I am sorry about that...
Cheers4 years ago #1070575This reply has been marked as private.4 years ago #1070766
on friday I sent you the backup files meaning I put it in a dropbox file and registered your email so that you can download them. I also sent you an email to your account you mentiones above.
Any insights, yet?
Cheers Oliver4 years ago #10709284 years ago #1070947
You can add this line to the functions.php and check the value "memory_limit".
-> You go to the php.ini file and increase this value (try with 512M).
-> Restart Apache and reload the site to check if the value has been changed.
-> Remove the above code and go to Noo Timetable and check again.
tb.4 years ago #1071020
thanks for your response. I did what you asked me for but unfortunately I get new error messages. See screenshots.
I am not sure, if the solution regarding the my.cnf is really the one. We can meet again via skype.
Oliver4 years ago #1071035
This is a generic WordPress error telling you it has run out of allocated memory.
You can try again with the instructions here:
If it is unsuccessful, you can contact via my skype.
tb.4 years ago #10710944 years ago #1071145
Does this problem occur when you update a post or page?
You can change the "memory_limit" with each value 1024 and -1.
If the above error still exists, the problem may come from PHP code.4 years ago #1071174
I am sorry I do not understand
I think I just could not figure out how to adapt this path suPHP_ConfigPath /home/username/public_html so that it points to the location of my php.ini-file.
This is what they say under the above mentioned link in my last message.
Do you want to check again by yourself via teamviewer?
Thanks4 years ago #1071234
I'd like to get a solution soon because I can not really continue working...
Thanks4 years ago #1071242
You can send TeamViewer information tomorrow, I will try to test it.4 years ago #1071275
Ok, thank you very much. I will contact you tomorrow around 4 p.m. your time.
See you4 years ago #1071327
Thanks for your feedback.
Today, @tinhbeng is so busy building the new product so he cannot help you via TeamViewer. Thus, he will come back to help you the next day. In addition, we also highly recommend our customers can upload their website to a hosting. It will be easier for us to find the issue.
Please pay attention to it.
NooTheme4 years ago #1071336
Ok, thanks.4 years ago #10714533 years, 12 months ago #1071486This reply has been marked as private.
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