Support » Plugin: ACF Recent Posts Widget » Fantastic plugin!

  • I only get this error though:
    Strict Standards: call_user_func_array() expects parameter 1 to be a valid callback, non-static method ACF_Rpw_Widget::excerpt_more() should not be called statically in (..)/HTML/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 213

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  • Plugin Author Rafał Gicgier

    (@gicolek)

    Hey waldbach,

    Thank you a lot for a nice review!

    I’ll investigate the issue.

    May you upload the screenshot of your widget set up and the server / php version your using?

    Regards,
    Rafal

    Hi, Rafal!

    Thanks for the quick answer. (working an all-nighter here! :/ )

    PHP Version 5.4.25
    Wordpress 4.2.2.

    screenshot

    Also I noticed that [acf field_key] does never work for me. But [meta field_key] does, but the latter is mostly useless to me. 🙁

    Also I have the latest ACF, Pro version even.

    Thanks in advance for any help!

    Cheers,
    Janne

    Plugin Author Rafał Gicgier

    (@gicolek)

    Hey waldbach,

    Actually I’ve never thought of ACF Pro to be supported. I haven’t got the plugin actually. I guess my documentation may not be enough in here.

    Although there’s been a case where one of my clients has been using ACF 5 without any problem.

    Have you tried using the free version?

    Can you please move the conversation to support of the plugin and post all reported issues there?

    I’d appreciate screenshots of ACF field setup and the corresponding widget setup.

    I’m not sure this will suffice so ideally I have been given access to your site to verify the code.

    Needless to say ACF Pro was not meant to be supported.

    I’ll take a look at all of these after doing my job 🙂

    Regards,
    Rafal

    Cheers, just started a topic in the support threads.

    Thanks a lot for helping me out on this, Rafal!
    I was offline this weekend, so it took me a while to respond.

    thanks again!

    Cheers,

    Janne

    Plugin Author Rafał Gicgier

    (@gicolek)

    Enjoy the plugin!

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