Support » Plugin: Social Sharing Plugin - Sassy Social Share » call_user_func_array() generates error when not logged in

  • Resolved szabesz

    (@szabesz)


    Hi,

    I get a lot of these: PHP Warning: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, first array member is not a valid class name or object in …/mysiteroot/wp-includes/plugin.php:235

    I know it is in a core WP file, however, the Warning only appears if Sassy Social Share is activated and the Administrator is NOT logged in. If I log out with Sassy Social Share activated I keep getting the warings on each page reload.

    Hope you can take a look at it. I like to keep my log file clean so that I can spot actual errors.

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  • Sorry, wrong thread.

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    Plugin Author Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    Hi @szabesz,

    We are unable to replicate this issue at our end. Is there any possibility that we could look into it at your website or any test website of yours?

    Thread Starter szabesz

    (@szabesz)

    Hi @team Heateor,

    Thank you for your quick reply. I’ve just prepared a test environment for you (on the very same server, but another instance of the site) so that you can take a look at the site, however, on this cloned version of the site I do not get the warnings. I will further investigate the issue and will be back to report on the results.

    The strange thing is that I also get the warnings on my local machine (a clone of the site I use for development).

    Plugin Author Heateor Support

    (@heateor)

    No worries. Let us know if you need our help.

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