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[Resolved] Causes Warning in posts.php

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  • After upgrading to WordPress 3.5 I get the following error on the home page when activating WordPress Shortcodes:

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/content/47/9549947/html/wp-includes/post.php on line 3588

    Trying to log in generates the same error as well as a whole bunch of “Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent…” errors as well.

    Any ideas? Anyone?

    Identical here: disabling the plugin helps to get rid of the warnings.
    Hoping for an update of this plugin soon.

    If you cannot login, you can delete the plugin through FTP access (with Filezilla ie.)

    Plugin Author Synved


    Yes I’m aware of the issue, it’s caused by a change in the WordPress 3.5 release.

    I’m working on a fix, meanwhile you can follow these steps to fix the issue.

    Open your wp-config.php file, go to where it says:
    /* That’s all, stop editing! Happy blogging. */

    before that line, insert this line:

    Plugin Author Synved


    This is fixed in the newest version, 1.5.1

    Thanks Synved!

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