This blog goes nowhere. It’ still here, still up and running, but I realized that there is no single post in the last… (almost) two months. Not to make any excuses, but I think I was busy. I’m still updating my other blog, though.
Few days ago, when I was working on some WordPress-powered blogs, I found that there are some changes. I upgraded some blogs — including some installed plugins, and I also found problems. But, the problems had been solved anyway. I logged in to my dashboard, and run some upgrade processes. One of the problems I found was a WordPress plugin called “Jetpack”. Anyway, if you haven’t heard about Jetpack, here is a little bit detail:
Jetpack is a plugin that connects to WordPress.com and enables awesome features, powered by our cloud infrastructure.
There are already some features included, but I think I only use of: WordPress.com Stats. Previously, I have WordPress.com Stats plugin installed, after having my blog upgraded to Version 3.1, the statistic plugin stopped working and left this message: “Your WordPress.com account is not authorized to view the stats of this blog”. After searching some answers, most of the solutions mentioned about having Jetpack replaced WordPress.com Stats.
But, when I tried to activate Jetpack — by authenticating to WordPress.com account — it didn’t run smoothly. I got this error:
Your Jetpack has a glitch. Something went wrong that’s never supposed to happen. Guess you’re just lucky:
xml_rpc-32601Try connecting again.
I tried again and again. I searched for a solution and the problem was because I have a cache plugin installed. By the way, I use W3 Total Cache. So, I disabled the cache settings, sent an authentication request, and voila! Problem solved. If you find problem just like what I had, now you know the solution.
I also made some theme modification here. I removed some features I considered as “not-too-important”. More importantly, it’s a matter of having some articles posted here. Shoot!