Support » Plugin: Rich Reviews by Starfish » Log errors in 1.7.3?

  • Hello Everyone…first off, if you’re not using this plugin you should be it’s awesome.

    Just noticed in the log_error file with the following error….

    [17-Sep-2016 14:45:05 UTC] PHP Warning: SimpleXMLElement::asXML(): xmlEscapeEntities : char out of range in /home/bassonli/public_html/wp-includes/embed.php on line 690
    [17-Sep-2016 15:17:02 UTC] PHP Warning: SimpleXMLElement::asXML(): xmlEscapeEntities : char out of range in /home/bassonli/public_html/wp-includes/embed.php on line 690
    [17-Sep-2016 15:37:13 UTC] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/bassonli/public_html/wp-content/plugins/rich-reviews/lib/rrShopApp/rich-reviews-ShopApp.php on line 648
    [17-Sep-2016 16:37:20 UTC] PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/bassonli/public_html/wp-content/plugins/rich-reviews/lib/rrShopApp/rich-reviews-ShopApp.php on line 648

    Any suggestions or feedback would of great help….thanks!

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  • Plugin Contributor Nuanced Media

    (@nuanced-media)

    So that’s just a warning and should yield no ill consequences, however I appreciate you pointing this out. This is looking to run updates on a cronjob that exists in the Shopper Approved extension of this plugin. I would assume that you are not using the extension as otherwise, the cron update would not be empty. So I will have this wrapped, to be caught in the next update as to avoid the warning, however, if you are not using the extension there is actually and option in the options dashboard which, by unselecting, will actually exclude the file in question from the load path, as it is only used for the extension. So by unchecking the option shown here, you should alleviate this warning.

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    Thanks again,
    Charlie Maxwell
    [NM_Developer]

    Thread Starter Mr Bass

    (@mr-bass)

    Thanks for the great support and plugin, keep up the good work!

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