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If your code, you use the first argument passed to wp_authenticate_user filter callback. That is a WP_User object, it not a email address and it is not a string. You may be confusing because of the name of the variable, $username, I suggest to change the name to $user, whcih is more appropiate and it is a better representation of the real value of that ...


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try this $wpdb->show_errors(); $result = $wpdb->insert($this->table, $data_);


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If you want the query, that'll be $wpdb->last_query (note that you also do not need SAVEQUERIES, that's only if you want a log of every query ($wpdb->queries) last_error is... well, the error! Update: Possible explanation for last_error being empty - this is the source of wpdb::query(): // If we're writing to the database, make sure the query will ...


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Please look up before posting your questions ! There is a detailed answer available. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/8028957/how-to-fix-headers-already-sent-error-in-php


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Your theme is using taxonomy term metadata that did not become available until Version 4.4 of wordpress. Refer to: https://make.wordpress.org/core/2015/10/23/4-4-taxonomy-roundup/ if you want to read up on this. You need to upgrade your WordPress installation to 4.4 or above (latest is 4.5.1) or modify your theme. ...


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Does wordpress have any built-in settings for doing this? Most likely your host will have an option on your cPanel for custom Error pages. Something along the lines of: If that is not the case, please have a look at this older question: How to create custom 401, 403 and 500 error pages? EDIT 1: Also at this one: ...


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This is a great tutorial about Handling 500 & 503 Error Pages in WordPress. If you need a custom 503 Service Unavailable Page checkout this FREE 503 Error Page for WordPress


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Reasons Why You Encountered with 404 Error: There many Reasons for 404 errors in webmaster but some of them are: When you change permalink or link structure of website When you removed your web page from website When somebody link your pages with wrong spell If you have still confusion please check this for further guidance


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Step 1 - First thing to check is when in Dashboard, go to Settings on the left sidebar navigation. Select the 'General' sub navigation link. Look at the 2 fields, 'WordPress Address (URL)' and 'Site Address (URL)' These should be set to the root domain of your site or test site such as http://yourcurrentdomain.com Step 2 - Go to Settings > ...


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The problem, as pointed out in the php error, is on line 7 of the "chat.php" file: add_action( 'init', ic_show_chat_bar()); This line has two problems: The correct syntax for a valid callback function should be without the parenthesis and wrapped in single quotes. Since the function is declared inside a php class, it won't be accesible to add_action ...


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You have two problems in your code. You use $post as a iteration variable which is an habit best avoided You use setuppostdata which changes the global $post without you using any function that actually needs it your loop should look like foreach ( $pp_query as $p) : $pointer_query[] = array( 'id' => get_post_meta($p->ID, ...


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I figured out what was causing this, but it was by trial and error since there was no good debug info. And the error was in the main (custom post calling) part of my plugin, NOT in the options as I had surmised earlier. I ended up finding out that I needed to be using 'content' => $p->post_content in my query/foreach loop in place of 'content' ...



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