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Install SEO Ultimate and gets this error (8 posts)

  1. pacesh
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    When I click on domain transfer check or to order and domain or products on my website I get this error after install SEO Ultimate but all is ok when I deactivate it same thing happens when I install wordpress SEO.

    Please HELP I am stuck, paid someone still issues remain.

    Fatal error: Call to a member function get() on a non-object in /home/pacesh/public_html/wp-includes/query.php on line 27

  2. bemdesign
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    So disabling the plugin make things work? So the issue appears to be the plugin.

    Can you find and test out a replacement plugin that might work better for your particular configuration?

  3. pacesh
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    No I have installed two SEO

    WordPress SEO and now SEO Ultimate

    But thinking of it I ONLY deactivate the wordpress SEO not unistall it does that matter can it still affect the new seo to cause that problem.

  4. bemdesign
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    So just to be clear: you have 2 SEO plugins installed.

    When both plugins are activate at the same time, you get the error message "Fatal error: Call to a member function get() on a non-object in /home/pacesh/public_html/wp-includes/query.php on line 27".

    Disabling one of the plugins removed the error.

    Is that a correct understanding of the problem?

    So the solution would be to only use one of the plugins and deactivate the other. It's usually a good security habit to remove plugins you're not using. I don't see why you would need (or want) two different SEO plugins.

  5. pacesh
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    Hi thanks for coming back, No the error stops when I disable both SEO plugins.
    Now I have removed the wordpress SEO and re activate the SEO Ultimate but the error returns so not too sure what I'm doing wrong.

    Any help would be appreciated.

  6. bemdesign
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    You're not doing anything wrong - it's looking more like it's the plug-in's fault. It suggests that either plugins do not work with your theme or the current version of WordPress.

    Have you tried disabling any custom themes and plugins and trying to troubleshoot where exactly the issue first pops up?

    i.e. Disable all plugins and themes (except a default theme like twenty thirteen). Carefully your custom theme and then carefully re-enable the plugins one-by-one to figure out where exactly the issue comes up. Once you've identified when the problem appears, contact the plugin developers for support and tell them exactly how to reproduce the issue.

  7. pacesh
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    Thanks looking into it when I ran SEO analyser from BING i got some issues

    1. The <img> tag does not have an ALT attribute defined.
    2. The page is missing meta language information.

    Please which is the file to edit for the logo to add the ALT attribute I thought it was index.php but cant seems to find the line

  8. bemdesign
    Member
    Posted 6 months ago #

    1) Never edit the theme file directly unless you're the actual author of the theme. Instead use a child theme (click link to learn about child themes). This way, if the theme gets updated, you won't lose your customizations.

    2) Install this plugin for development help: http://wordpress.org/plugins/helpful-information/ - it will show you all sorts of information about which template is being used, which scripts are being run, which WordPress functions are being run, etc.

    3) Meta is always in the <head> area (just before the opening <body> tag). This will likely be in the header.php template file of your theme. Again - use a child theme to make your edits!

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