Support » Plugin: WP Category Tag Cloud » Error ‘A non-numeric value encountered’

  • Since a PHP update I get:
    Warning: A non-numeric value encountered in /homepages/33/d27259281/htdocs/clickandbuilds/radtrekkingblog/wp-content/plugins/wp-category-tag-could/classes/wpctc-widget.php on line 207

    This plugin seems not to be compatible anymore? What can we do other than deactivate? Will there be a new adapted version?

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  • Hi,

    – Open Plugin Editor in Dashboard
    – Select WP Category Tag Cloud Plugin
    – Open ‘classes/wpctc_widget.php’
    – go to line 207 and change ‘+” into ‘.’

    thats it!

    All the best

    a bit more detailed 🙂

    207: if (isset($instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] + ‘_id’])
    208: && count($instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] + ‘_id’]) > 0
    209: && !in_array($tag->tag_id, $instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] + ‘_id’])

    207: if (isset($instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] . ‘_id’])
    208: && count($instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] . ‘_id’]) > 0
    209: && !in_array($tag->tag_id, $instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] . ‘_id’])

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 3 months ago by mac303.

    Hello! This did not resolve the issue. I have replaced in completion what you have above and cleared cache and still have the error warning.

    Warning: Use of undefined constant ‘taxonomy’ – assumed ‘‘taxonomy’’ (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /home4/tomyyoun/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-category-tag-could/classes/wpctc-widget.php on line 207

    Help 🙂

    @noellemena Hi,

    it seems a problem now with the constant naming of ‘taxonomy’ . .. maybe it’s a problem with copy paste here out of the board.

    Just remove the -> ” <- on start and end of ‘taxonomy’. PHP should understand it. 🙂

    Hope it helped.

    All the Best

    Hey! I do not have any ” on the start or end of taxonomy. I just have what you put above and it is

    if (isset($instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] . ‘_id’])
                        && count($instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] . ‘_id’]) > 0
                        && !in_array($tag->tag_id, $instance[$instance[‘taxonomy’] . ‘_id’])

    Everthing inside brackets [ ] seems to have the ‘ on each side like you have it here…

    What am I missing?
    Thanks so much!

    Hey, any update on this above? Clarification?
    Thanks! Love the plugin and want to keep using it!

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