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I'm not sure I understand your question, sorry. I tried testing the plugin creating articles, yes, manually, and then the plugin is set to publish them when approved manually. If you need to know something else just tell me.
Support Team wrote: Are you manually creating the links and posting them?
The articles I sent for testing had a public access level, the website is still not directly published so I can do this (it's on a reachable subdomain, temporarily). Menus have public access level.
Support Team wrote: If this is the link to article "jupgrade/new-article/3-news/newsflash/2055-altro-ancora", the access is managed by the access level. You must check if the article, or associated menu, has the right access level.
In this testing case, I was sending articles in a category that has NO menus directly associated. All the articles are supposed to be published in home directly. Some other article's categories have associated menus of the kind "category blog" mainly, or similar, and they still appear in home. How does this change the AutoTweetNG's behaviour? You're telling me it looks for an associated menu and sends the user into it? Great feature ...but when there's no menu the /component/content/article part should be avoided, shouldn't it?
Support Team wrote: This links "/jupgrade/component/content/article/3-news/newsflash/2056-be-last" seems to be using the component routing when no menu is available.
Do you have a menu item for the Content?
$black_list = array("component/content/article/", "inserimento-articoli/"); $sef_url = str_replace($black_list, "", $sef_url);