Wow, this update is really a joke. Thank you for making me spend some hours of my life that i will never get back.
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- This reply was modified 5 years, 5 months ago by qvarting.
Same here, 2.0.1 doesn’t produce any error, but can’t authenticate with Google Analytics…
On php 5.2 I’ve got several errors and my wesite went down totaly.
After upgrade can’t get Google auth.
plugin version 2.0.1
Can’t auth with Google. I’ve got auth access code and insert it in the field “Access code” and nothing happens. =(
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM in /home/content/p/e/n/penchant52/html/redscarfsociety/wp-content/plugins/googleanalytics/class/Ga_Admin.php on line 480
I have NO idea how to deal with this and cannot access my WP dashboard!
@dunewoman – If you read the thread the plugin author described how to fix it. It involves logging into your site via FTP. Admins: Can you please close this thread? I’m sick of people freaking out and posting here because they didn’t take the time to read the damn thread.
I did read it and I don’t understand it. I think your response was completely inappropriate. Have you considered that not everyone is as computer literate as you seem to think you are? If you are not interested in helping people with a problem that they didn’t cause in the first place then don’t pretend to be of assistance.
A quick update on our end, thank you so much for everyone’s patience. Our engineering team has reviewed the bug and found a fix, it is now live on the latest version 2.0.3.
For everyone who saw an error message related to:
Fatal error: Can’t use function return value in write context in … \wp-content\plugins\googleanalytics\class\Ga_Admin.php on line 106
You should no longer have this issue, please let us know if you have any other questions or feedback.
Thanks again and we hope to continue to provide a better user experience for everyone.
Hei guys I have another fatal error concerning google analytics plugin but it appears only when clicking on the menu in the mobile version. I already deleted the plugin kn the FTP protocol. It says
Fatal error: Can’t use function return value in write context in /home4/larayannik/public_html/wp-content/plugins/googleanalytics/class/Ga_Admin.php on line 106
And my blog is vanillacrunnch.com
Thanks for any help!
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Hi @laravanillacrunnch are you using the latest version of the plugin 2.0.3? and latest version of WP and all other plugins/themes?
Hi there, I am having this same issue with my blog however, I am a bit technologically unsay when it comes to all of this behind the scenes stuff. I downloaded the copy of the fixed version however am unsure of what to do with it next? Please help, my blog has been down for two weeks and I am so dumb when it comes to this stuff!
Thanks so much!
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