Need help. I just tried installing this plugin and I'm getting a FATAL error.
Here's the error message:
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Fatal Error: Call-time pass-by-reference has been removed in /home/mywebsite/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wp-comment-notifier-for-all/wp-comment-notifier-for-all.php on line 90
The WP Comment Notifier For All plugin code created an error that caused PHP execution to fail.
This error is due to your server running PHP version 5.4.19. Starting in 5.4.0, PHP no longer permits passing function arguments by reference. The plugin code is violating this rule and is causing the code to fail.
If you are able, switching your PHP version to 5.2.4+ or 5.3.0+ will allow your site to function properly again.
Contact the plugin author and notify them of the issue. It could be possible to have the problem solved quickly.
Invalid code modifications can cause this problem. If you have made any modifications to the plugin, remove them and try to load the site again.
It is possible that this plugin's code is out of date and that an upgrade is available. Check with the plugin's author to see if an upgrade is available.
There may be a conflict with another plugin running on the site. Try upgrading the other plugins on the site. A plugin conflict can be ruled out by deactivating all the other active plugins on the site and checking to see if the error still occurs.
The WP Comment Notifier For All plugin may not have been fully uploaded. Uploading the plugin again could fix the issue. Important: If you do this, you will lose any modifications made to the plugin.
Error Source Details
Name WP Comment Notifier For All
Author Fayçal Tirich
Other Software Details
WordPress Version 3.8
PHP Version 5.4.19
Full Error Details
Type Zend Compile-Time Error (E_COMPILE_ERROR)
Message Call-time pass-by-reference has been removed
Type Description This type of error indicates that the PHP code is violating a restriction enforced by PHP. An example of such a violation is trying to use a reserved word for a class or function name.
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