Run a plugin's cron file because wordpress php files are tucked away in "code" folder
Supaiku last edited by Supaiku
I'm trying to run a Wordpress CRM's cron file, and it calls for wp-load and wp-settings (and perhaps others).
It seems copying them into the data directory (where they would exist for standard wordpress installs - that aren't docker based I suppose?) seems like it may work (still trying to get all the files needed in there - hopefully it's not just the whole directory - but if so...
is that a problem?
Any other ideas?
The plugin docs:
Supaiku last edited by
@Supaiku seems like copying the files over doesn't work, it just throws a different error thinking the plugins aren't loaded.
I will try just running wp cron every minute instead I suppose... per their helps docs
jdaviescoates last edited by
Like most issues with WordPress on here the solution is likely to stop using the silly locked down WordPress (Managed) app, which IMHO shouldn't exist as it just causes problems for everyone, and switch to WordPress (Developer).
@Supaiku cron tasks are already run every minute - https://docs.cloudron.io/apps/wordpress-developer/#cron-tasks . Can you give more information on what the issue is? What command did you run? What error did you see?