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  • Resolved Randy King

    (@randyking)


    Running Version 3.2.5 and my site went down with the dreaded “WordPress Critical Error” after what I am assuming was an auto-update of the plugin. Tech support at my hosting provider, Dreamhost, saw that was the problem, disabled it, and my site is working again. Nervous to re-activate the plugin. Was there a known issue now fixed?

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  • Plugin Support Harshad

    (@bornforphp)

    @randyking We are soon going to release a new version, until then please rollback the version to previous working version 3.2.3.

    Once the new version is released, we will update you soon.

    cleoni

    (@cleoni)

    Confirmed – it crashed my site too.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '::' (T_PAAMAYIM_NEKUDOTAYIM), expecting ')' in wp-content/plugins/wp-optimize/includes/class-wp-optimize-admin.php on line 148

    • This reply was modified 2 months ago by cleoni.
    Plugin Support Harshad

    (@bornforphp)

    @cleoni We are soon going to release a new version, until then please rollback the version to previous working version 3.2.3.

    Once the new version is released, we will update you soon.

    masvil

    (@masvil)

    Problem already occurred with 3.2.4 on one of my sites. Backend was not accessible as well, so I had to rename /wp-content/plugins/wp-optimize/ to disable the plugin. I Rolled back to 3.2.3, disabled automatic update and activated notification on this topic so to know when the update will be out.

    Plugin Support vupdraft

    (@vupdraft)

    Hi,

    A fix has just been through testing so a release will be made fairly imminently.

    Thread Starter Randy King

    (@randyking)

    OK, thank you for the update. And just to note, it did not crash every website where I was using it – just 2 of them. Other sites continued working, but I disabled them all in the event that something would change and it would crash those as well. Looking forward to the update.

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