I am attempting to integrate a quiz/survey plugin by having an existing Wordpress site. Things are working well, with the exception that when the user allows a quiz/survey sit idle for some time (half an hour is lengthy enough to trigger it) they'll be welcomed using the following error message when attempting to submit their reply:
PHP Periods error. Look at your periods configurations.
Used to do because the error message indicates and checked my PHP session configurations. More particularly, I edited the server's
php.ini file and hang the session timeout to 2 hrs. I figured that will did the secret, however when I examined again I acquired exactly the same problem after half an hour of lack of exercise.
So my questions are:
- Does Wordpress conserve a session that's diverse from the one which PHP keeps? If that's the case how's it set up?
php.inithe right spot to be setting up my session configurations?
- Has anybody seen this error before, and when so, that which was the answer?
I'd exactly the same problem,
I fixed it by looking into making sure
/var/lib/php/session folder was set
0777 for permissions, erased all of the session files and did a elegant restart from the server.
Periods messages disappeared and voting labored.