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PHP Error listed in log and compiled LESS


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This doesn't seem to be causing an identifieable problem on the site I'm developing  but I've noticed several errors in the log, I was getting some other errors that I fixed, but these were clearly unrelated:

 

[24-Oct-2013 13:59:12 UTC] PHP Notice:  Undefined index: type in /home/cypherde/public_html/vip/site/wp-content/themes/dms/includes/less.legacy.php on line 739
[24-Oct-2013 13:59:13 UTC] PHP Notice:  Undefined index: type in /home/cypherde/public_html/vip/site/wp-content/themes/dms/includes/less.legacy.php on line 748
[24-Oct-2013 13:59:13 UTC] PHP Notice:  Undefined index: dynamic in /home/cypherde/public_html/vip/site/wp-content/themes/dms/includes/less.legacy.php on line 749
 
The site is at:

 

http://vip.cypher-design.net/site

 

Using Wordpress 3.6.1

DMS 1.1

 

 

Ive disabled plugins but the error persists in the logs every time I load the site. I've also noticed its repeated top and tail of the compiled LESS file.

 

I've looked up the less.legacy.php to see if that would give me a clue

 

line 739 - 749 is:

			$gfonts = preg_match( '#(@import[^;]*;)#', $a['type'], $g );

			if ( $gfonts ) {
				$a['core'] = sprintf( "%s\n%s", $g[1], $a['core'] );
				$a['type'] = str_replace( $g[1], '', $a['type'] );
			}
			
			echo pl_css_minify( $a['core'] );
			echo pl_css_minify( $b['sections'] );
			echo pl_css_minify( $a['type'] );
			echo pl_css_minify( $a['dynamic'] );

I'm not really sure what could be causing this or how significant it could be. I'm guessing its to do with the minify of the compiles LESS/CSS...

 

Any ideas what it means?

 

Thanks,

 

Jamie

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it'll be fixed in next release.

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Posted · Report post

Thanks Simon_P

 

Does that mean I can safely ignore it?

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For now yea, php notices are just notices ;) its warnings and errors you need to look out for 

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Thanks, I guessed that was probably the case.

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:)

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