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Collapser Collapser error

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I'm getting a block of error code where my first collapser should be:

 

Warning: sprintf() [function.sprintf]: Too few arguments in/home/content/77/6510377/html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/pagelines-sections/collapser/section.php on line 233

 

Here is the page that it is happening on.

 

http://wordpress.jointmedic.com/product-information/

 

Any ideas on how to fix this?

 

Thanks!

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Hi, 

 

An update was pushed please update the section to the Version 1.2.3 the warning issue was solved.

 

Best,

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Please let us know if you need further assistance with this topic otherwise I will resolve it in 7 days. Thanks!

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I have alerted the developer of this topic.

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Hi, 

 

Can you please tell me what version of collapser are you using please?

 

I fix that issue in the 1.2.1 if you have a lower version please update within your WP admin under Pagelines ->  Store, if you are using the last version please let me know.

 

 

1.2.2
  • Up to 100 posts
1.2.1
  • Fix sprintf warning
1.2
  • Show up to 30 posts
  • Added a option to show all the tabs closed by default.
1.1
  • Added full width tabs.
  • Show up to 25 posts
1.0
  • Public Release

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Posted · Report post

Hey! Thanks for answering.

 

I am using v1.2.2

 

Over the weekend - I messed with it a lot - trying different variables and whatnot - and realized that If I set it to have 14 posts - then - it works. Anything over that - and - I get the error ...

 

So - I just got rid of 2 posts (I had 16).

 

Odd - huh?!

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Posted · Report post

Thanks .... Any word on this? It still isn't working ... 

 

And - still no word from the plugin developer ...

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You could turn off PHP debugging.

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You could turn off PHP debugging.

 

According to my wp-config file ...

 

 

* For developers: WordPress debugging mode.
 *
 * Change this to true to enable the display of notices during development.
 * It is strongly recommended that plugin and theme developers use WP_DEBUG
 * in their development environments.
 */
define('WP_DEBUG', false);
 
Is there somewhere else where it could be turnes on?

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Thats wordpress debug. Enabling that should set php debugging on.

 

By default PHP debugging should be set to OFF on a production server.

 

Looks like godaddy have it set to on. So perhaps ask them how to turn it off? Might be something as easy as adding a line to htaccess

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