Support » Plugin: Kirki » Error upon activating

  • Resolved krbmedia

    (@krbmedia)


    When I go to activate the plugin, I get this error

    Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘do’ (T_DO), expecting identifier (T_STRING) in /home/DOMAIN/public_html/wp-content/plugins/kirki/modules/webfonts/class-kirki-fonts-google-local.php on line 83

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  • Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    Hello there, which PHP version are you using?

    lindag99

    (@lindag99)

    Same problem, just updated, getting error

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘do’ (T_DO), expecting identifier (T_STRING) in /home/idahobeerandwine/public_html/wp-content/plugins/kirki/modules/webfonts/class-kirki-fonts-google-local.php on line 83

    My whole site is down.
    PHP version 5.4

    Help,
    Linda

    Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    I’m uploading the fix in version 3.0.29 on WordPress.org right now, it should be available in a few minutes.
    I can’t replicate this issue on my sites so please check the new version, it should fix this for you.

    lindag99

    (@lindag99)

    I just updated to PHP 7 and it activated, and my site is up … so it needs a warning not to use 5.4 at least.

    Thanks,
    Linda

    Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    I just updated to PHP 7 and it activated, and my site is up

    Ah that’s probably why I wasn’t seeing any errors on my sites while testing this version.
    Version 3.0.29 should fix this in older PHP versions too.
    @krbmedia version 3.0.29 is now available, please try updating to this one and let me know if it fixes the issue for you too?

    Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    Fix was confirmed by another user on github so I’m closing this one as fixed.
    Thank you for reporting this so quickly so we could get it fixed within minutes. <3

    lindag99

    (@lindag99)

    Thanks for your quick response as well!

    krbmedia

    (@krbmedia)

    I got it working by using the version on GitHub and not the one on WordPress

    Plugin Author Aristeides Stathopoulos

    (@aristath)

    I got it working by using the version on GitHub and not the one on WordPress

    That’s ok, right now they’re the same thing. The version on github just gets updated a few minutes earlier because uploading plugins via SVN to workpress.org is a slower process than updating on github.

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