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I find this vaguely steampunk, and totally hot.
2 years, 10 months ago on Calliope Modular V
Here goes nothing... my situation was similar to the one Erica M had, except that I lost ALL my taglines. :-( . Worse yet, I have tried and failed to reproduce the error message, so I don't know if we're going to be able to figure it out. What happened was that I mistakenly changed my blog to the Twenty Ten theme. I changed it back immediately, but after I did I got an error message similar to Erica's, i.e. [ something? ] is not a valid MySQL result [ something? ] in [path...] /wp-content/plugins/tagline-rotator/tagline-rotator.php on line 127 [?] I THINK it was line 127, but I don't know for sure. I do know that the same error message was on the plugin's options page, above the Delete Taglines section (which by then showed no taglines to delete).I remembered what you wrote on the WP Plugin Directory about possibly needing to deactivate and reactivate the plugin on WP 3.0 or higher, so I did that. When I re-activated it the error message was gone, but all my taglines were still gone too. I put one in just to see if it would show up, which it did. Now I think that may have been a mistake, because then I came here and read what you said about going into the options table in the blog database. I went to the db with PHPMyAdmin, and the tagline_rotator_taglines table was there but all it showed was the one tagline I had just put back in after re-activating.There aren't any db backups recent enough to have my taglines in them, so I'm resigned to trying to remember them and type them back in. I just thought I should let you know what happened, in case there's anything to be learned from it for future use/development of the plugin. Thanks for making it, I really like it despite this setback.
3 years, 10 months ago on Tagline Rotator Plugin for WordPress
I had the same question - in fact, I was wondering if there was a way to have the plugin ONLY display the tagline in the blog, and not in the window title. Is it a matter of just commenting out a line or two in the plugin file? If not, no worries. Might the next release possibly make it an option to include the tagline in the window title?Great plugin, thanks for your work on it!