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  • miquelpontes


    I solved it by editing the file /wp-content/plugins/wp-filebase/wp-filebase.php (accessing it via FTP) and changing the original line 33:

    if(func_num_args() > 1)
    	return array_map(__FUNCTION__, func_get_args());

    by the following:

    if(func_num_args() > 1) {
    	$arg_list = func_get_args();
    	return array_map(__FUNCTION__, $arg_list);

    That worked for me.

    DonĀ“t work for me….



    Amets, then try uploading the old version of the plugin from the backup, that should work too without tinkering with the code.

    If you don’t have a backup or a copy of the older version of the plugin, you can always comment the code in the file, or even delete the wp-filebase plugin folder to recover your site. Good luck.

    Altering the code worked for me. but the update is poor. The default template that I was using is bad.

    Plugin Author Fabian


    Upgrade to to fix it.

    The error was occurring on PHP versions earlier than 5.3. (I had updated my test systems to latest PHP Version, that’s why I did not notice the incompatibility.)

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