I just tested this, It’s not happening on my end.
Can you let me know:
– The version of PHP
– The version of WordPress
– Any related PHP errors from the error log
I installed “up to date” plugin called “Error Log Monitor”, By Janis Elsts.
It shows this:
PHP Warning: file_get_contents(): http:// wrapper is disabled in the server configuration by allow_url_fopen=0 in /hermes/bosnacweb01/bosnacweb01bc/b1155/ipw.dbsatucs/public_html/wp-content/plugins/include/framework/mustache.php on line 1215
Jul 30, 03:54:27
PHP Warning: file_get_contents(http://dbsatucson.org/wp-content/plugins/include/views//admin_panel.mustache): failed to open stream: no suitable wrapper could be found in /hermes/bosnacweb01/bosnacweb01bc/b1155/ipw.dbsatucs/public_html/wp-content/plugins/include/framework/mustache.php on line 1215
Log file: /hermes/bosnacweb01/bosnacweb01bc/b1155/ipw.dbsatucs/public_html/cgi-bin/php-errors.log (597 bytes
I should say I actived php-errors.log via plugin mentioned, configed it, then CLICKED your “include” link on left navbar, and that produced the errors above.
WP ver 4.8
The issue is that your server config is conflicting with the templating engine this plugin uses. I’m currently working on a patch to try to change that setting via the code, but that’s assuming that your server will allow the code to override it’s setting.
The setting is allow_url_fopen. It’s set to 0. It needs to be set to 1. Can you change the php config on your server?
Ok, give version 4.0.14 a try. It’ll try to change your server setting, and error if it won’t work.
If we can’t change that setting, there’s no change I can make to this plugin to get it working on your server, and you’ll have to revert to v3.4.41 (https://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/include.3.4.41.zip)
Let me know how it works, I’m going to set this as resolved.
I just got an email from host saying fopen was disabled? My site was down for hours, they re-enabled, and now site is back up.
Said my WordPress theme required fopen to be enabled.
And now your plugin is working again.
This plugin also requires fopen, all I did was change the php setting to allow php to access fopen. PHP has no power over your server’s programs.
So, when you say that the plugin is working, does the admin screen display?
Yes. When iPower host re-enabled fopen, website came back up, and your plugin worked again
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