- Check htaccess file
- Check PHP Version
- Check database connection
- Check the File folder path
- Clear cache
You can use tools/deleteSubmissions.php to delete submissions by ID. This is something you’ll need to do from the command line. You can run…
php tools/deleteSubmissions.php 12345
…where 12345 is a submission ID.
At first, check whether Principal Contact details were added in Journal. Then go for Step One.
Turn on SMTP in config.php
[email] ; Use SMTP for sending mail instead of mail() smtp = On ; SMTP server settings smtp_server = mail.example.com smtp_port = 25 ; Enable SMTP authentication ; Supported smtp_auth: ssl, tls (see PHPMailer SMTPSecure) smtp_auth = ssl smtp_username = username smtp_password = password ;
You contact hosting provider to get the SMTP details
NB: If the above setting does not work anyway, then go for adding envelop sender.
Allow envelop sender
; Allow envelope sender to be specified ; (may not be possible with some server configurations) allow_envelope_sender = On ; Default envelope sender to use if none is specified elsewhere default_envelope_sender = my_address@my_host.com ; Force the default envelope sender (if present) ; This is useful if setting up a site-wide no-reply address ; The reply-to field will be set with the reply-to or from address. force_default_envelope_sender = On
Make sure to match the domain in your default_envelope_sender with the domain of OJS installation. If it doesn’t match this increases the spam rating.
Just turned off the session IP Check in config.inc.php file will solve the issue.
session_check_ip = Off
Open Journal Theme introduces OJTRocket plugin to help OJS to optimize slow article loading on OJS. This plugin will increase the speed of site access in journal.
This Plugin supports OJS 3.2 and OJS 3.3
How to use this plugin
Two other plugins from OJT