• Resolved presswizards

    (@presswizards)


    I am getting this fatal PHP error:

    Fatal error: Uncaught ArgumentCountError: Too few arguments to function Feedzy_Rss_Feeds_Admin_Abstract::feedzy_retrieve_image(), 1 passed in /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/feedzy-rss-feeds/includes/gutenberg/feedzy-rss-feeds-gutenberg-block.php on line 244 and exactly 2 expected in /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/feedzy-rss-feeds/includes/abstract/feedzy-rss-feeds-admin-abstract.php:879

    I am running PHP 7.2 and also tried PHP 7.1, running WordPress 5.0.2 using the Gutenberg editor, but I also tried it using the feed request URL, same error results:
    https://mydomain.com/wp-json/feedzy/v1/feed?url%5B%5D=https%3A%2F%2Fmjbizdaily.com%2Fcategory%2Fnews-by-state%2Fcalifornia%2Ffeed%2F

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  • presswizards

    (@presswizards)

    FYI if I roll back to version 3.3.0 or 3.3.1 then there is no error, so it occurs only in the most recent version.

    Plugin Support A C

    (@purplecodes)

    Themeisle Support

    Hi @presswizards,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    May we ask what theme are you using?
    Are you doing a specific task when you got the error message?

    Let us know so we can take a closer look.

    presswizards

    (@presswizards)

    The theme is Milieu, but I tried it with Twenty Seventeen theme as well, same error.

    It looks like a code issue, with the function feedzy_retrieve_image() requiring two arguments, but only 1 argument was passed in, in file feedzy-rss-feeds/includes/abstract/feedzy-rss-feeds-admin-abstract.php on line 879. Compare this line or section to the previous version of the plugin, and see what’s changed perhaps?

    Thanks,
    Rob

    Plugin Support Silviu-Alex Dinu

    (@silviu0themeisle)

    Hello Rob,

    This issue might be occurring due to a plugin conflict. So please deactivate all plugins and check if it resolves your issue and after that try activating the plugins one by one to find problematic plugin. Then replace it with an alternate plugin.

    You might want to back your website up before doing this, if you don’t already have a backup plugin then you can use this one: https://wordpress.org/plugins/updraftplus/

    Since deactivating your plugins might change the features on your website you might want to put it behind an under maintenance page. We recommend this plugin: https://wordpress.org/plugins/under-construction-page/

    Since it’s a new plugin it most likely won’t cause any additional issues.

    Let us know if this solved your issue.

    presswizards

    (@presswizards)

    I tried this already, same issue. The latest version was not working, the previous version as mentioned before works fine without error. I sent you the specific error message and why it’s giving the error due to function requiring two arguments, but only one was passed, which is a pretty specific issue to troubleshoot.

    Plugin Support Poonam Namdev

    (@poonam9)

    Hi @presswizards,

    Can you please check the PHP version that you’re running? Our plugins and themes require at least PHP v7.0 for it to work properly. You can reach out to your host on how to do the PHP upgrade.

    Once done, please do another test and see if the issue has been fixed.

    presswizards

    (@presswizards)

    Hi there,

    We’re running PHP 7.2.14. I host my own websites on my own Plesk-managed Google Cloud server.

    Thanks,
    Rob

    Plugin Support Poonam Namdev

    (@poonam9)

    Hello @presswizards,

    Thank you for bringing this to our attention. It’s a bug and will resolve in the next version of the plugin.

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