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Recoverable fatal error: Object of class WP_Error could not be converted to string in H:\xampp\htdocs\edventus\wp-includes\default-constants.php on line 252

  • Have you recently put anything in wp-config.php? – Jacob Peattie Nov 3 '18 at 7:02
  • no i did not add in this file – Ajeet Ws Nov 3 '18 at 9:33
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What version of WordPress are you running? Can you perhaps include the code from line 252 of that file? If it's a current installation of WordPress, then it's this:

/**
 * @since 1.2.0
 */
if ( !defined('COOKIEPATH') )
  define('COOKIEPATH', preg_replace('|https?://[^/]+|i', '', get_option('home') . '/' ) );

... And I can't really see why that all of a sudden should fail. ... So perhaps try and activate another theme, to see if it's some buggy code in your current theme - or if it's a corrupt WordPress installation.

In order to debug it, then you could (TEMPORARILY!!) change it to this, and reload a page and see what it outputs:

/**
 * @since 1.2.0
 */
if ( !defined('COOKIEPATH') ){
  echo '<pre>';
  print_r( get_option('home') );
  echo '</pre>';
  die();
  define('COOKIEPATH', preg_replace('|https?://[^/]+|i', '', get_option('home') . '/' ) );
}

If you have access to the database, then you could also see in wp_options-table, what the value for option_name=home is. Maybe something or someone changed the home-name to something mysterical.

... Or since it's a local installation, then it could be because of a space in the folder-name (in case that you changed the path for security's sake)?

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