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[Resolved] Getting error message in admin area

  • Prometheus Fire
    Participant

    @prometheus-fire

    I just installed your plugin on a multisite and network activated it for all the sites to use (not sure if any of that is causing the problem though).

    But the admin page for the plugin fails to load and about midway down the page, in the Display Settings sections this error is showing:

    Warning: in_array() [function.in-array]: Wrong datatype for second argument in /home/teatrade/public_html/wp-content/plugins/juiz-social-post-sharer/admin/jsps-admin.inc.php on line 260

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/juiz-social-post-sharer/

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  • Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte
    Participant

    @creativejuiz

    Hi,

    Thank you for your feedback.
    I didn’t test this plugin on multisite installation. It’s maybe the cause of this issue.
    I’ll try to test it after my holidays 😉

    Sorry for the inconveniance.

    Vendreplus
    Member

    @vendreplus

    Hi, I’m using WP 3.1.2 and installed JuizSPS that seems to work fine when using the ‘[juiz_sps]’ tag.
    My problem is that there is no way to access to settings. The page …/options-general.php?page=juiz-social-post-sharer display an error message : “Vous n’avez pas les droits suffisants pour accéder à cette page.” (NFT : you have no rights to access this page).
    Is there a way to access it or to some of social tags I don’t want ?

    Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte
    Participant

    @creativejuiz

    Please, open a new topic.
    One problem, one topic 😉

    Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte
    Participant

    @creativejuiz

    Hi prometheus,

    I don’t know if the plugin is network compatible, but a better control is made in my script.
    The error should be corrected.

    Thank you !

    syrinx87
    Member

    @syrinx87

    Hi,

    Having the same problem with multisite installation.

    The solution is to install the plugin but not activate it on the network.
    If you activate it on the sites’ dashboard, the problem disappear

    Plugin Author Geoffrey Crofte
    Participant

    @creativejuiz

    Hi!
    Thank you for your advice 🙂

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