When using the wordpress plugin the following notice appears
Notice: Use of undefined constant key_infscr_viewed_options - assumed 'key_infscr_viewed_options' in /public_html/wp-content/plugins/infinite-scroll/wp_infinite_scroll.php on line 60
Just needs defining at the top.
Also throws around 8-10 notices of
Notice: add_option was called with an argument that is deprecated since version 2.3 with no alternative available. in
Thanks for reporting :) I'm working on another major release of the plugin that should support theme presets for the selectors, behavior selection (choosing manual loading or automatic etc) and generally a massive tidy up. I'm getting rid of those definitions completely (not really sure why they were there in the first place) and I'll look into an alternative to add_option.
If I'm able to release a beta version of this on the weekend, would you be able to help test? :)
Cool... Wordpress has the new settings API that is pretty sweet for options pages.
I'm doing QA on a number of plugins for the next couple of weeks and while i'm in the mindset i'd be happy to test anything,
Awesome, if you're still up for it, I've just finished a new version of the plugin, it should be fairly stable but then again I've only tested on my local test install. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated!
Given the rewrite which no longer even has the file in question, and the advanced age, moving to close.