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Testing in a Clean WordPress Installation #81

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jaswrks opened this Issue Feb 3, 2015 · 4 comments

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jaswrks commented Feb 3, 2015


KB Article Creation Checklist
  • Write initial draft for this KB Article; label this issue draft and either questions or tutorials
  • Add required YAML configuration
  • Add Tags for this KB Article to the YAML config (see YAML Keys (Explained))
  • Edit and finalize draft for publishing (remove draft label, add draft-finalized label)
  • Assign Issue to yourself and create Markdown file (remove draft-finalized label, add pending)
  • Project Lead: Review and Publish KB Article (remove pending label, add published label)
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Markdown File: http://wsharks.com/1GIsuFh
Published KB Article: http://s2member.com/kb-article/testing-in-a-clean-wordpress-installation/


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raamdev commented Feb 4, 2015

I was just reviewing this draft (nice!) and thought I'd suggest a few header changes to make the whole thing more attractive:

Unexplained BugsIs it really a bug?
A Clean WordPress TestReproduce the problem in a clean WordPress environment
Getting Help with Conflicts?How do I get help with plugin/theme conflicts?
Support Policy Excerpt...Our Support Policy
Reporting Plugin ConflictsHow to report plugin/theme conflicts

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jaswrks commented Feb 4, 2015

Updated. Thanks!

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RealDavidoff commented Mar 12, 2016

How to Report Plugin/Theme Conflicts
If you identify a conflict between s2Member and another plugin, we would love to hear about this! While we cannot offer support for other 3rd-party themes/plugins, we do accept feedback. Theme/plugin conflicts are reviewed by our developers on a regular basis, and efforts to enhance compatibility are always underway. Thanks in advance for your patience!

How can we improve this article?

How to Report Plugin/Theme Conflicts
we would love to hear about this!
Nothing above says "HOW"??

So I can only go back to the "ticket" that linked to that page, and reply inside that "ticket".

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raamdev commented Mar 14, 2016

@RealDavidoff Thank you. I've added a link to the relevant area.

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