• Resolved brf15b

    (@brf15b)


    I just downloaded this plugin to my website. After activating it, I am getting the error message “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page.” when I try to access the settings page.

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  • Plugin Author Long Watch Studio

    (@lwsdevelopers)

    Hello,

    To help you with your problem, I need some more information:
    – Does the message only appear on WooRewards Settings page or does it appear on all administration pages ?
    – Do you have a one site or a multisite installation ?
    – Did you try to deactivate/reactivate the plugin to see if things changed ?
    – If you tried and it didn’t change anything, did you try to uninstall it and reinstall it ?

    brf15b

    (@brf15b)

    – Only on the WooRewards settings page.
    – Only on one site
    – I deactivated/activated it multiple times as well as I removed and redownloaded it.

    brf15b

    (@brf15b)

    I fixed it. I had to reinstall the WooCommerce plugin.

    Plugin Author Long Watch Studio

    (@lwsdevelopers)

    Glad it worked out for you.

    It seems you have errors with a plugin named “visual composer” which uses deprecated functions (perhaps written in php 5.X while your server is on php 7.X). You should either update it to the latest version or notify the plugin’s author of the problem as it will likely pose further problems when functions will go from deprecated to unsupported.

    The error is

    The each() function is deprecated. This message will be suppressed on further calls in /home/w16nwhe3vhlh/public_html/wp-content/plugins/js_composer/include/classes/core/class-vc-mapper.php on line 186

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