Events Manager Version: 5.9.5
WordPress Version 5.0.3
A user on my website is repeatedly getting the error message “A variable mismatch has been detected.” when trying to add an event.
They previously added events without a problem and I am not able to recreate the problem.
I have also looked in out server’s error logs and found nothing.
Is there anything that could be causing this problem?
The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]
This error has happened again now… I haven’t changed anything… Please let me know when fixed.. my customers are losing patience over this being so unreliable…
It seems when an image is added to the event, then the error appears. If no image added, the event is okay. I have tried with a png and with a jpg… HELP PLEASE!
does it make any difference using the latest EM dev version 184.108.40.206 ? for dev versions, go to events > settings > general > admin tools
I have the same problem and my customers are also confused.
The version 220.127.116.11 unfortunately did not solve the problem.
I changed the PHP Version from 7.2 to 7.1. The problem still existed.
Then I tried version 18.104.22.168 of the plugin which did not solve the problem.
Then I downgraded wordpress to 5.0. That’s for sure not the best way, but SOLVED the problem so far, so that my cuostomers can keep on working.
I am now waiting for a release of the plugin that runs with the newest wordpress version.
Same problem with a WordPress 5.1.x website and PHP 7.1.
I’m using WP 5.1.1 and Latest EM with PHP 7.1. SO far I don’t see any problem with “A variable mismatch has been detected.” Could you perhaps try and Update to the latest dev version? Events > Settings > Admin Tools
Is there perhaps any specific steps that I should do or page to go to see the error? A screenshot would help also.
@timrv I am sending you the debug information below.
### WordPress ###
Permalink structure: /%year%/%monthnum%/%day%/%postname%/
Is this site using HTTPS?: Yes
Can anyone register on this site?: No
Default comment status: open
Is this a multisite?: No
User Count: 30
Communication with WordPress.org: WordPress.org is reachable
Create loopback requests: The loopback request to your site completed successfully.
### Installation size ###
Uploads Directory: 17.98 MB
Themes Directory: 45.42 MB
Plugins Directory: 216.87 MB
Database size: 9.28 MB
Whole WordPress Directory: 591.94 MB
Total installation size: 601.22 MB
### Drop-ins ###
advanced-cache.php: Advanced caching plugin.
### Active Theme ###
Name: Aardvark Child
Author website: http://www.ghostpool.com
Parent theme: Aardvark
Supported theme features: post-thumbnails, custom-background, wp-block-styles, align-wide, editor-styles, editor-style, automatic-feed-links, post-formats, title-tag, customize-selective-refresh-widgets, woocommerce, wc-product-gallery-zoom, wc-product-gallery-lightbox, wc-product-gallery-slider, sensei, buddypress-use-legacy, menus, widgets
### Other themes (1) ###
Aardvark (aardvark): Version 3.4 by GhostPool
### Must Use Plugins (1) ###
ManageWP – Worker Loader: By ManageWP
### Active Plugins (34) ###
Aardvark Plugin: Version 2.2.2 by GhostPool
Akismet Anti-Spam: Version 4.1.1 by Automattic
BackWPup: Version 3.6.8 by Inpsyde GmbH
bbPress: Version 2.5.14 by The bbPress Community
BP Profile Search: Version 4.9.8 by Andrea Tarantini
Broken Link Checker: Version 1.11.5 by Janis Elsts, Vladimir Prelovac
BuddyPress: Version 4.2.0 by The BuddyPress Community
BuddyPress Xprofile Custom Fields Type: Version 2.6.4 by donmik
Contact Form 7: Version 5.1.1 by Takayuki Miyoshi
Cookie Notice: Version 1.2.46 by dFactory
Duplicator Pro: Version 22.214.171.124 by Snap Creek
Easy Updates Manager: Version 8.0.3 by Easy Updates Manager Team
Envato Market: Version 2.0.1 by Envato
Events Manager: Version 126.96.36.199 by Marcus Sykes
Give – Donation Plugin: Version 2.4.3 by GiveWP
Google Analytics Dashboard for WP (GADWP): Version 5.3.7 by ExactMetrics
Gravity Forms: Version 2.4.6 by rocketgenius
Gravity Forms User Registration Add-On: Version 4.0.4 by rocketgenius
Health Check & Troubleshooting: Version 1.2.6 by The WordPress.org community
Imagify: Version 188.8.131.52 by WP Media
Jetpack by WordPress.com: Version 7.1.1 by Automattic
LayerSlider WP: Version 6.8.2 by Kreatura Media
Loco Translate: Version 2.2.1 by Tim Whitlock
ManageWP – Worker: Version 4.7.7 by GoDaddy
Redux Framework: Version 3.6.15 by Team Redux
Responsive for Visual Composer: Version 184.108.40.206 by BestBug
Responsive Pro: Version 1.0.8 by BestBug
rtMedia for WordPress, BuddyPress and bbPress: Version 4.5.6 by rtCamp
Theia Sticky Sidebar: Version 1.8.0 by WeCodePixels
WordPress GDPR: Version 1.7.2 by DB-Dzine
WordPress Popular Posts: Version 4.2.2 by Hector Cabrera
WPBakery Page Builder: Version 5.7 by Michael M – WPBakery.com
WP Rocket: Version 3.2.6 by WP Media
Yoast SEO: Version 10.0.1 by Team Yoast
### Media handling ###
Active editor: WP_Image_Editor_GD
Imagick Module Version: Imagick not available
ImageMagick Version: Imagick not available
GD Version: bundled (2.1.0 compatible)
Ghostscript Version: 9.07
### Server ###
Server architecture: Linux 3.10.0-714.10.2.lve220.127.116.11.el7.x86_64 x86_64
Web Server Software: Apache
PHP Version: 7.1.27 (Supports 64bit values)
PHP SAPI: litespeed
PHP max input variables: 1000
PHP time limit: 30
PHP memory limit: 256M
Max input time: -1
Upload max filesize: 2M
PHP post max size: 8M
cURL Version: 7.62.0 OpenSSL/1.0.2k
SUHOSIN installed: No
Is the Imagick library available: No
htaccess rules: Custom rules have been added to your htaccess file
### Database ###
Server version: 10.3.13-MariaDB
Client version: 10.3.13-MariaDB
Database prefix: wp_
### WordPress Constants ###
### Filesystem Permissions ###
The main WordPress directory: Writable
The wp-content directory: Writable
The uploads directory: Writable
The plugins directory: Writable
The themes directory: Writable
The Must Use Plugins directory: Writable
This is a private community (https://le-cercle-des-papoteurs.org) requiring registration, if you provide me with your email address I could send you a private password to test.
Just had a customer email to say the message is back. I have not changed anything on the wordpress end. Still php 7.1 and not using wordpress 5 yet..
I have gone to add an event with and without an image and it is fine. Why is this so unreliable??? when will it be fixed?
What are others using instead? I am fed up with the lack of replies and this not working more reliably. Thanks
Currently, only Devs have the date on when the next update will be available. I have already followed-up on our Devs on when it will be available. I’m using PHP 7.1 and I don’t encounter any Variable mismatch error.
Could you perhaps post the specific message or screenshot that you see. Most of the time the error states the specific file that is causing the issue. If possible it would be more helpful if you could provide a link that We could see.
the error message tells nothing of use!! I have asked about this in the past without reply…
Could I perhaps know your full versions of the following?
3. EM Versions
Just want to make sure, Does it still happens when theme activated is any of twenty series and the only plugin activated is EM?
My test system is:
WordPress: WordPress 5.1.1
PHP: PHP 7.1
EM: Latest versions. 5.9.5 and 2.6.4
So far I don’t encounter those issues.
Hi all, Seems like I’m getting this “A variable mismatch has been detected.” error too, and yes, it happens ONLY when I attach an Event Image.
Here’s my screenshot: https://prntscr.com/ndc7ev
How to switch back to using PHP 7.1. ? But I am on a much lower PHP version for some reason and I always update WP…. any useful guides on that? Thanks!
1. WordPress: 5.1.1
2. PHP: 5.6.40
3. EM Versions: 5.9.5 (Pro: 2.6.4)
- The topic ‘“A variable mismatch has been detected.”’ is closed to new replies.