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DMS 2 Undefined Index Error after DMS Update


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Hello,

 

Thanks in advance for your help.  I've been getting this error at the top of the site on web/mobile across different browsers and need to get it resolved.  I've tried deactivated and activating all plugins and clearing the cache to no avail.

 

Notice: Undefined index: settingsgeneral_browsercss_css-type in /home/i9seeyev/public_html/wp-content/plugins/dms-plugin-pro/libs/class.browsercss.php on line 18

 

The site is 59secondpitch.com and here is the debug info:

DMS Debug Info

WordPress Version
3.9.1

WordPress Debug
Enabled

Multisite Enabled
No

Current Role
Administrator

Framework Path
/home/i9seeyev/public_html/wp-content/themes/dms/dms

Framework URI
http://59secondpitch.com/wp-content/themes/dms/dms

Framework Version
2.1

PHP Version
5.3

WP_DEBUG
Yes

WP memory limit
40 MB

WP MAX memory limit
256 MB

PHP memory limit
168 B

Mysql version
5.5.32

WP Max Upload Size
32 MB

PHP POST Max Size
128 MB

PHP Max Execution Time
60s

PHP type
Cgi-fcgi

WebServer software
Apache

PHP User
I9seeyev

OS
Linux

Installed Plugins
alpine-photo-tile-for-instagram/alpine-phototile-for-instagram.php
dms-plugin-pro/dms-plugin-pro.php
hooker/hooker.php
leadbrite-leadplayer/leadbrite-leadplayer.php
pagelines-poppy/pagelines-poppy.php
pagelines-updater/pagelines-updater.php
shortcodes-ultimate/shortcodes-ultimate.php

Please advise.

Thanks!

 

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Posted (edited) · Report post

I'll answer those 2 questions for you :)
 
WordPress Checks once a day for updates, but you can force an update check by going to the updates page and clicking 'check now'

You can turn off error logging. Should be disabled on a production server anyway. Simply google PHP suppress warning, will be a snippet to add to .htaccess or wp-config.php depending on how PHP runs on your server. (personally I'd just wait 10 mins then click the button)

 

edit: the update is live, i just updated one of my sites.

Edited by Simon_P

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Posted · Report post

Its actually a PHP warning thrown up from the pro tools plugin, you will see an update for it shortly to address the bug.

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Thanks for the quick reply, Simon_P

 

Two questions:

 

1) What is the timing for the update? 

 

2) Is there anything I can do to make sure that error doesn't show up when people visit the site until the update is made? It looks really unprofessional to have that error showing at the top of our site, so we want to make sure we get rid of it ASAP.

 

Thanks in advance for your help.

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