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Notices and Warnings showing up in my admin panel...?? (5 posts)

  1. angelleye
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I've got a Rackspace CloudSites hosting account with 4 or 5 WP installs on separate sites. They're all working great except this one that's giving me issues.

    I'm getting a bunch of Notices/Warnings that show up in my admin panel. You can get a look at a screenshot here: http://sandbox.angelleye.com/temp/wp-error.jpg

    So, first, I was a little confused that all of those notices/warnings would be there in a WP solution but I figured I just needed to disable error reporting on the hosting account to get rid of them. The thing is, error reporting isn't enabled and Rackspace support swears that it must be something in WP using ini_set() to override it and cause this issue.

    I've got all plugins currently disabled, and the only ones that are even still there (though disabled) are the same ones that I'm using on the other WP installs on the same hosting account (cloudsites).

    I'm at a loss as to why this is happening. Any information on how to fix or troubleshoot this would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

  2. govpatel
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Have a got a plugin that is causing this error try deactivate all plugins and see if the error goes away if they do then activate one at time to see the conflicting plugin

  3. angelleye
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Ah, I used my little noggin (and then used Google) and discovered this...

    http://tumbledesign.com/fix-notice-has_cap-was-called-with-an-argument-that-is-deprecated-since-version-2-0-in-wordpress/

    So then I went and checked debug mode and sure enough it was enabled. Apparently my client or colleague of mine turned that on and I didn't realize it.

    I guess I do need to figure out what's causing all of that, though..?? Or is that expected in WP when you enable debug mode..?? Doesn't seem like something that would be.

  4. angelleye
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    @govpatel

    I've already disabled all of the plugins. Disabling debug mode solved the warnings but I'm not understanding why that would be happening in the admin panel without any plugins enabled..??

  5. Emil Uzelac
    Theme Review Admin
    Posted 3 years ago #

    From the image you posted above I'm assuming that some of the codes from your functions.php are no longer in use by WordPress i.e. "deprecated" functions/codes. What I can recommend is to install Theme-Check plugin and go over everything that plugins suggests.

    For example has_cap is deprecated since WordPress 2.0.

    Hope this helps.

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