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    Anone use wp-o-matic plugin?

    I just installed it, but I got error messages:

    1.Image cache path /home/chuang/public_html/personal-loan/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache is not writable!


    2.I could not successful add RSS feed like:

    http://www.onlineloansblog.com/xmlsrv/rss2.php?blog=1

    http://www.paydayloanaffiliate.com/b...ce.asmx/GetRss

    How to solve it? Anyone knows?

    regards,

    Jimmy

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    Hi jimmychuang, welcome to the forums,
    The key to your answer is the "not writable". Give that cache folder write permissions.

    Also, what version of WordPress are you using?
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/.../installation/
    Requires WordPress Version: 2.2.1 or higher
    Compatible up to: 2.4.1

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    But I didn't see cache older or file under wp-o-matic folder.

    I use the newest version WP

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    cache folder

    The plugin's installation instructions say to unzip to the plugin folder. This should create a wp-o-matic folder (in the plugin folder) with 3 files, cron.php, help.php, and wpomatic.php (in addition to the readme). With them, there should also be an "inc" folder containing tools.class.php and xmlparser.class.php and 3 more folders "admin" - 29 files with yet 2 more folders, "help" - with 3 files and "simplepie" - with 2 files, etc.
    But I do not see a "cache" folder with the package. My guess is that if there isn't a folder named "cache" at the location
    public_html/personal-loan/wp-content/plugins/wp-o-matic/cache
    then the plugin script probably failed to create it before trying to write a file to it.
    Try creating the "cache" folder yourself and see if that solves your problem.

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    Yes, you'll probably need to create the /cache/ folder yourself. You may also want to look into the FeedWordPress plugin which may not have these problems.


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