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Error after adding image with Piecemaker 2 "piecemaker-main.php on line 1747"

  • Hello there,

    I have an issue after adding an image in my one of my piecemakers. While the piecemaker was updating the interface just froze for a couple of seconds. After refreshing the page I got the following error in the “Manage Piecemakers” screen:

    Fatal error: Call to a member function children() on a non-object in /home/jonathan/domains/impleodesigns.com/public_html/nl/wp-content/plugins/piecemaker/piecemaker-main.php on line 1747

    Has anyone encountered this issue before, or knows how to solve this?

    Thanks.

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  • I have the same problem. Were you able to fix it?

    Error.. public_html/wp-content/plugins/piecemaker/piecemaker-main.php on line 1747..

    Search everywhere for a fix. None of the sort! So after some playing around success!!

    First uninstall the plugin, Piecemaker.
    Then go to your server and make sure the files are removed from the plugin directory.
    Then, log into your SQL manager like PHP Admin and find the SQL database.
    You should see in the list of tables, wp_piecemakers & wp_piecemaker_img.
    you need to delete/drop these tables.

    Then re-install the Piecemaker plugin and all should be fixed.

    You will, however, lose any data you previously had in the plugin. But gets you running again.

    Not sure if this helps, but…

    When I encountered this error I checked out the XML file in /wp-includes/piecemakers/ and changed a plain & in the title/description to & and it corrected. No need to uninstall or re-install plugin.

    Eek, my post turned my "& amp ;" (without spaces) into &amp – just use the code for the & symbol rather than just the symbol itself.

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