Greetings! I’m in the process of installing WordPress for one of my hostees (we’re small, free hosting provider), and I’m having a problem that, according to what I found in my searches here, shouldn’t be a problem anymore.
The initial installation process went smoothly, but when I tried to login, I received a PHP error: “Fatal error: Cannot unset string offsets in C:\Inetpub\websites\howlingotter\houseblog\wp-includes\widgets.php on line 315”
Now, I did some searching before posting this, and the only relevant information I could find was over half a year out of date, which would indicate that this has long since been fixed. I tried a few of the suggested solutions anyway, but with no luck, and I was reluctant to try some of the patches/code modifications on a newer version where the problem may not have the same cause.
So, does anyone have any suggestions? The server hasn’t been up very long, maybe a few weeks, but I’ve installed multiple other PHP and ASP applications without any trouble, so I think we can rule out a server-wide PHP problem.
Here are the system specs, I appreciate any help y’all can give:
OS: Windows 2003
Web Server: IIS 6.0 w/ ISAPI_Rewrite (no rewrite rules applied to this directory)
MySQL Version: 5.0.45
PHP Version: 5.2.5
WP Version: 2.3.3 (just downloaded it tonight)
Location of blog installation: http://house.howlingotter.com/
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