perspectivevision at gmail.com
Sun Oct 9 03:16:49 UTC 2011
Are you saying that enqueuing the admin css and js could be causing this?
On Sat, Oct 8, 2011 at 7:08 PM, Dion Hulse (dd32) <wordpress at dd32.id.au>wrote:
> It doesn't do any user tracking, nor does it care about where you're
> Try changing the version string on one of those sites to a older version,
> and reloading the themes page, see if it picks it up then?
> The other thing that comes to mind, is if all the servers you're testing on
> are on a slower network, the update checks might be timing out, so it's only
> the once-ever-24hrs check that waits longer for a response that's working,
> and so not picking up the updates..
> Assuming everything else is working, there's not much else that can be
> impacting upon it (except maybe a plugin..). If you've got a test install
> you don't mind letting me run a few debug items on, I can give you an exact
> reason why the alert isn't showing for you. (contact me off-list)
> FYI, I'm getting this warning on 3.3:
> ( ! ) Notice: wp_enqueue_script was called incorrectly. Scripts and styles
> should not be registered or enqueued until the wp_enqueue_scripts,
> admin_enqueue_scripts, or init hooks. (This message was added in version
> 3.3.) in .... ..\anvil-options.php Lines 37 and 38
> On 9 October 2011 12:57, Tom Matteson <perspectivevision at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Caroline & Dion ...
>> Thanks for the quick feedback. However, I thought of this. Actually, to
>> test this before posting on the list, I tried installing older versions of
>> the theme on a couple different sites; including a site that is not
>> registered to me. The update message still didnt appear. I wonder if
>> WordPress recognizes my IP address, or the email associated or domain
>> associated with my user login; and that is why it does not appear for me.
>> Any other thoughts on this. Dion, thx also for testing this. Glad it is
>> working on your computer, anyway.
>> *Best Regards
>> Tom Matteson*
>> On Sat, Oct 8, 2011 at 6:23 PM, Dion Hulse (dd32) <wordpress at dd32.id.au>wrote:
>>> Hi Tom,
>>> I've just tested out your theme and the update API seems to be working
>>> correctly for it for me.
>>> (I installed the latest 2.1.1 version, changed the version in the
>>> style.css to 2.1.0 and reloaded the themes page, and got a notice for it)
>>> The main reason I can think of why you're not getting the alerts, would
>>> simply be due to your version number always matching the latest release or
>>> being up to date already? You'll never see the notice if you've already
>>> updated the theme on the site for testing before the theme was
>>> approved/published on WordPress.org.
>>> On 9 October 2011 12:14, Tom Matteson <perspectivevision at gmail.com>wrote:
>>>> Greetings ...
>>>> I have a theme on the Repository that has been updated a half-dozen
>>>> times or so. My understanding is that WordPress.org runs a cron job twice a
>>>> day that checks all the self installed WordPress installations to query
>>>> which themes, plugins etc are installed. From what I have read the
>>>> theme_update_available function in theme.php is supposed to display '*There
>>>> is a new version of %1$s <http://../../_variables/s.html> available'* *with
>>>> an update url*, whenever there is a new version of the theme, if it
>>>> detects a there is a newer version of any of the installed themes that
>>>> reside in the Repository. Unless I am misunderstanding something, this is
>>>> the default behavior, unless the theme has added some code to bypass the
>>>> this function.
>>>> I have not added any functions to bypass the theme_update_available().
>>>> However, even though I see the update message displayed for other themes, I
>>>> have never seen it displayed for my theme, Wordsmith-Anvil. Does anyone know
>>>> what would cause this function not to work for my theme?
>>>> *Best Regards
>>>> Tom Matteson*
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