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For WordPress environments, there is usually no reason to use ini_set because that is what the defined constants provided by WordPress Core are already achieving. The way that PHP works is that certain settings can be overridden within your CMS (WordPress), within individual scripts, and even on a per-user or per-directory basis (much to the frustration of ...


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I have a similar problem, and the issue is resolved. Follow the steps: Login to database phpmyadmin. Click on your database and find a table with the name "wp_options" and click on it. Click on Browse at the right top side. Find "upload_path" and click on pencil icon to edit field. Cut the file location path and paste somewhere for safe side. Click on Go ...


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That may not be a valid error. But the troubleshooting link provided in a comment to your question is a good place to start. Error logs are great help. You should also provide additional info (edit your question). When does this happen? All pages? Admin area only? Alternate Tuesdays? Make sure that you install themes/plugins only from the WP repository. ...


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Welcome! This PHP warning is related to the new update of WordPress (5.3) which had a change in Walker class. Previously the walker method had 2 arguments. In the new update, it has more arguments. In order to fix the issue, You need to change the code from Post_Terms_Order_Walker::walk($elements, $max_depth) to Post_Terms_Order_Walker::walk($elements, $...


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If anyone encounters this warning and cannot hide it with changing the line in wp-config.php from true to false , replace define('WP_DEBUG', false); or define('WP_DEBUG', true); with this : ini_set('display_errors','Off'); ini_set('error_reporting', E_ALL ); define('WP_DEBUG', false); define('WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', false); It helped me, so I hope it will help ...


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I was able to track this down to the culprit function add_theme_page(). There There was an additional parameter, per the codex for add_theme_page() that needed to be removed. Removing that seemed to help. function fivehundred_register_admin_menu() { add_theme_page('500 Settings', '500 Settings', 'manage_options', 'theme-settings', '...


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This means the file is encoded in UTF-32, an encoding that PHP doesn't support. Open the file in a text editor that does support it, and convert it to UTF-8 without BOM. You should also check the other files in that plugin and contact the author to make them aware of the problem.


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