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  • Resolved MrsJessicaSimpson

    (@mrsjessicasimpson)


    Hi’ya all, ..

    This is what greeted me today, ..

    Fatal error: Uncaught Error: [] operator not supported for strings in /var/sites/b

    Above is a small section that was on the screen, and Xprofile is what did it.

    So what follows, is just a heads-up with all that, (this): GDPR nonsense.
    This buddypress addon is no longer supported, but as it worked so well, I never came here to see what’s happening.

    Xprofile crashed out my site after Buddpress itself updated, and I couldn’t even get onto the Dashboard without a steam of error strings about false calls, or some such thing, as is presented above.

    Solution, you’re gonna have to go onto your providers back-end, (or) via: FTP.

    – To then rename the Folder (called buddypress-xprofile-custom-fields)
    – And it’s under (yoursite) -> wp-content -> plugins .. and it’s there along with all of your other plugins.

    Do that, and your back into your Dashboard, as I say: maybe yours is still working, but mine definitely ain’t.

    The plugin has been deleted from the WordPress site as well.
    – And that’s a shame, cos it was very good, but I think that it captured far to much data gathering techniques for this GDPR nonsense.

    I might be wrong, but I will state for the record here: that that Plugin was quite frankly brilliant.

    Hope it helps.

    Thanks for reading, Jessica: Praise be the ORI.

    • This topic was modified 1 year, 4 months ago by  MrsJessicaSimpson. Reason: Found string errors in original crash report, thought them lost
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