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  • Resolved Blplyer

    (@blplyer)


    Mark,

    I accidentally installed the 4.0 version before deactivating and following the steps you had listed before. We don’t have that much information so transferring is not an issue. I was able to delete the team rosters plugin from our hosting site so I was able to log in again. After installing the new version I still get this error. I thought I went in and deleted the single player.php that I had moved last year, but maybe I missed another one.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘[‘ in /home/lightn22/public_html/wp-content/plugins/team-rosters/includes/mstw-tr-team-roster-admin-class.php on line 729

    Thanks again
    Michael

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  • Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Hi Michael,
    Thanks for posting here. Yes, this issue has reared it’s head before. What version of PHP are you running? See https://wordpress.org/about/requirements/

    -Mark

    Looks like we were a little behind in our PHP version. Updated and all seems to be working great. Thanks!

    Just like @blplyer, I did not deactivate before installing. Currently, I am able to access my website (www.alexandriaaces.org), but I am not able to access the dashboard or edit any pages. I keep receiving a white page and an error. The error is: Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘[‘ in /homepages/23/d306604758/htdocs/aces/wp-content/plugins/team-rosters/includes/mstw-tr-team-roster-admin-class.php on line 729

    I am not an advanced WP user and I have no idea how to delete the team rosters plugin from our hosting site or how to tell which version of PHP.

    Can you help!!?!?!

    • This reply was modified 3 years, 7 months ago by acesteam.
    Plugin Author Mark O’Donnell

    (@markodonnell)

    Please read the whole thread and the WordPress link I provided. You are running an old version of PHP.

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