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Changes between Initial Version and Version 2 of Ticket #37266


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Timestamp:
04/19/2019 09:01:39 PM (15 months ago)
Author:
desrosj
Comment:

Hi @pembo13,

My apologies that it took so long to receive a response to this ticket.

This seems like an issue with the Calls to Action plugin WordPress Core can't account for plugins overwriting variables with the same names. If I am misinterpreting the issue, feel free to reopen with more details and some code to demonstrate the issue.

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  • Ticket #37266

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  • Ticket #37266 – Description

    initial v2  
    11When a user has a cookie named "action", AJAX uploads to `/wp-admin/async-upload.php` fail to define `DOING_AJAX` because the check `'upload-attachment' === $_REQUEST['action']` since $_REQUEST includes $_COOKIES.
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    3 As a result, calling `wp_die()` at the end of `wp_ajax_upload_attachment()` results in the standard Wordpress error HTML being appended to the response, and an HTTP 500 error code being returned.
     3As a result, calling `wp_die()` at the end of `wp_ajax_upload_attachment()` results in the standard WordPress error HTML being appended to the response, and an HTTP 500 error code being returned.
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    55I'm currently seeing this being triggered by the "Calls To Action" plugin. See http://support.inboundnow.com/support/topic/calls-to-action-breaking-wordpress-image-upload/