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WP_DEBUG breaks some CSS in 2.2.1

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bxbmedia    2
bxbmedia

I am getting some strange css when I have WP_DEBUG enabled. I think this may be due to the PHP notice that gets echoed in the pageless/compiled css as shown here in the first few lines:

Notice:  get_theme_data is deprecated since version 3.4! Use wp_get_theme() instead. in C:xampphtdocspagelineswp-includesfunctions.php on line 2628

	.pagelines-grid { padding:1%; }
	.row, .row-fluid {
	  width:100%;
	  *zoom:1;
	  display:inline-block;
	  display:block;
	}[/code]

This causes things to look weird in the pagelines admin areas, and noticeable things on the front end include a search bar with 0 height (padding only gives it some height). Anyone else have this issue? We should be able to develop with DEBUG on without it breaking the theme :/


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catrina    103
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In your functions.php file have you already tried changing the deprecated get_theme_data to wp_get_theme() instead?

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bxbmedia    2
bxbmedia
The deprecated function get_theme_data [s]is[/s] [i]was[/i] used by pagelines, not by me. The PHP notice mentions [i]wordpress'[/i] functions.php, not my theme's. However, I just found the solution [url="http://www.pagelines.com/forum/discussion/comment/106104#Comment_106104"]here[/url]. The issue was in the setup.php of the child theme which used the deprecated function. It has since been updated to be compatible with 3.4. Thanks

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