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[resolved] Notice: Undefined index (4 posts)

  1. bastom
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I just did the update for google font manager. I previously had no problems with it, but now i get this msg in my admin:
    Notice: Undefined index: separator-gp in /home/degrees/public_html/wp-admin/includes/menu.php on line 209
    When I deactivate the google font manager plugin, the error disappears. The line goes straight to this:
    return ($default_menu_order[$a] <= $default_menu_order[$b]) ? -1 : 1;

    What do I need to do to make this error go away in my admin?

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/google-font-manager/

  2. Thomas S. Butler
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    OOPS! That error message actually has nothing to do with my plugin, it is an error message being generated by another plugin. However, I forgot to comment out the PHP error reporting within the Google Font Manager plugin. That is why you are seeing the message.

    I will push and update in just a few minutes with the error message reporting commented out. This will clear up the fact that you are seeing the error message, but it won't actually fix the error.

    The error message you are showing looks like it has to do with another plugin's use of the admin menu. To find which plugin is having problems (if you care to look), I would search for the text "separator-gp" in your plugins folder.

  3. bastom
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thank you Thomas! I updated the plugin - now its gone.
    I realise the problem is still there and i was able to locate the 'separator-gp' in the gigpress-plugin. However, I can't tell if there is something wrong with it.
    For now nothing else is behaving bad and if it's not a security issue - i'll keep it like this.

    Kind Regards,
    Tom

  4. Thomas S. Butler
    Member
    Plugin Author

    Posted 1 year ago #

    Great! Glad to hear it is fixed. That was just a minor oversight on my part. The "Undefined index:" notice is usually quite harmless and often is just a variable that is not set prior to it being called. If everything is working on your site, I wouldn't worry about it.

    If you like my plugin, take a second and write a review and rate it :)

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