Support » Plugin: Really Simple SSL » Error message connected to this plugin.

  • Resolved adminfacc

    (@adminfacc)


    I cannot get into my dashboard because of this error message. I also cannot log into my WP admin site. My host is PHPwebhosting and they will not help me with this nor can I figure out how to correct this.

    PLEASE HELP

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  • Thread Starter adminfacc

    (@adminfacc)

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘[‘ in /home/finalauthcc/www/wp-content/plugins/really-simple-ssl/class-admin.php on line 3652

    Plugin Author Rogier Lankhorst

    (@rogierlankhorst)

    What php version does your server run on?

    Plugin Author Rogier Lankhorst

    (@rogierlankhorst)

    Please note that the plugin requires at least PHP version 5.6.

    Thread Starter adminfacc

    (@adminfacc)

    Does any below tell you what my PHP version is? I am getting zero help from my hosting site:

    localhost
    Server version: 5.1.73-community
    Protocol version: 10
    Server: Localhost via UNIX socket
    User: jeffreyjames@localhost
    MySQL charset: UTF-8 Unicode (utf8)
    MySQL connection collation:
    utf8_unicode_ci
    Documentation
    Show MySQL runtime information
    Show MySQL system variables Documentation
    Processes Documentation
    Character Sets and Collations
    Storage Engines
    Databases
    Export
    Import
    Log out Info
    phpMyAdmin – 2.11.5
    MySQL client version: 5.0.45
    Used PHP extensions: mysql
    Language Info:
    English
    Theme / Style:
    Original
    Font size:
    82%
    phpMyAdmin documentation
    phpMyAdmin wiki
    Official phpMyAdmin Homepage
    [ChangeLog] [Subversion] [Lists]

    Plugin Contributor Mark

    (@markwolters)

    Hi @adminfacc,

    this doesn’t provide information about the PHP version. See https://wpbuffs.com/wordpress-php-version-check/ for alternative methods to get your PHP version.

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