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lbhansen

Unable to update DMS to 1.1.7 - related to time.ly calendar

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lbhansen

When I attempt to update DMS from 1.1.6 I get the following errors.

 

Warning: array_search() [function.array-search]: Wrong datatype for second argument in /home/content/51/6465251/html/soul/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/all-in-one-event-calendar.php on line 128

 

Fatal error: Cannot use object of type stdClass as array in /home/content/51/6465251/html/soul/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-event-calendar/all-in-one-event-calendar.php on line 128

 

I will also try to get support from Time.ly but if anyone here at Pagelines can help I would be grateful.

 

 

 

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Simon

Disable the plugin then update ;)

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lbhansen

Thanks, Simon, for the quick reply. I think I understand what I need to do but since I am strictly an amateur with some 10-year old memories of website development, I believe I have gummed things up pretty seriously and have some other problems to fix before I can even disable the plugin.

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lbhansen

I was unable to disable the plugin because the same two errors, pertaining to line 128, appeared simply by clicking on the Plugins menu item in WordPress. I could not access the Plugins list to disable the offending plugin.

 

Following the instructions in the WordPress.org link you provided gave me what I needed to fix line 128 in the php file.

 

But I had to fix a problem with my FTP access and fumble around with Notepad before finding that I had another editor I could use and . . .

 

I had thirty years of computer software experience that I tried to put behind me about ten years ago. I was really hoping that WordPress and PageLines/DMS would allow me to focus on content and formatting without slogging around in code. Ugghh!

 

Sincerely, though, I am grateful for the quick response and the pointer to the wordpress.org discussion.

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Simon

You're welcome. We try and test the most common plugins but there are 29,795 plugins in the WordPress repository ;)

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