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wordpress 3.5 - How do I hide the php error code? (8 posts)

  1. guitario
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi, as others have said; I get this message at the top of my posts -

    Warning: Missing argument 2 for wpdb::prepare(), called in /home/jamflex/psycholocrazy.com/wp-content/plugins/sharebar/sharebar.php on line 112 and defined in /home/jamflex/psycholocrazy.com/wp-includes/wp-db.php on line 990

    I am not too concerned with actually adding the second argument as that sharebar.php file doesn't seem to mention any of this at line 112.

    I would just like to hide the error code, but I don't have WordPress 3.5 on my computer. I just updated it online. I understand that the code is -

    @ini_set('display_errors', 0);

    I have a wp-config.php notepad file on my computer but the associated files are wordpress 3.2 so that's probably why it doesn't work.

    Can anyone off me a quick simple IDIOTS guide to hiding the above code please? It's very important I keep the sharebar plugin.

    Here is an example of the error - http://www.psycholocrazy.com/6-ways-future-technology-amaze

    Thanks in advance.

  2. calik1d
    Posted 1 year ago #

    You mean commenting the code out? Or deleting it?

  3. guitario
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Anything that hides that code from anyone that views my website. I basically need it to disappear pronto :-)

  4. guitario
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have temporarily disabled the plugin, incase anyone is wondering why the code isn't showing, but I would still like to know how to hide the php error code.

  5. Josh (WP Edit)
    Posted 1 year ago #

    The php.ini file resides in the ROOT of your server hosting account.

    NOT in your wordpress installation.

  6. guitario
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Okay, how do I access that? I'm with Dreamhost if that helps. I've never had to do this kind of thing before.

  7. Josh (WP Edit)
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Typically.. you would use an FTP account or the hosts CPanel to access the file.

    But, you have to make sure the account has ROOT access to the directories. A lot of FTP accounts get set up with access only at a specified directory. You need the root.

    Call your host if you need help with how to access the file. They can (should) help you.

  8. Ipstenu-DH
    DreamHost Rep
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Hi, guitario, I took a look at your site, and you can totally use @ini_set('display_errors', 0);

    If you edit your wp-config.php file, you have a link for define('WP_DEBUG', false); and you can put that ini set on the line right below it. That should do the trick and it doesn't matter that you started on 3.2 :) Your site is definitely running 3.5 and thats what matters.

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