Support » Plugin: My Calendar » Activate plugin, and errors show up

  • Resolved wp_thomaus


    If I turn on the plugin, I’m seeing:

    Strict Standards: Declaration of my_calendar_simple_search::update() should be compatible with WP_Widget::update($new_instance, $old_instance) in /home/to*****s/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/my-calendar/my-calendar-widgets.php on line 15
    Strict Standards: Declaration of my_calendar_simple_search::form() should be compatible with WP_Widget::form($instance) in /home/to*****s/public_html/wordpress/wp-content/plugins/my-calendar/my-calendar-widgets.php on line 15

    on all the pages. If I de-activate the plugin, the error goes away.
    Even odder, the calendar functions through all this.

    i was getting out of memory errors before the last WP update.

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  • Further troubleshooting.
    I tried the default WP themes, and still got the error.
    Tried Memory bump plugin.
    Reloaded fresh download of My Calendar.

    In re-activating My Calendar, I’m also seeing this error in the Dashboard:
    The plugin generated 545 characters of unexpected output during activation. If you notice “headers already sent” messages, problems with syndication feeds or other issues, try deactivating or removing this plugin.

    I’m leaving the plugin on, at for troubleshooting.

    Debug errors are on.

    Plugin Author Joe Dolson


    Thanks. I’ll get that’d fixed; it’s a simple change. The unexpected output is the error message itself, so it’s only the one issue.

    The problem is that the widget is not using the default variables; they’re unnecessary for this widget, but for strict compliance they should call them anyway.

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