• Resolved cfm168

    (@cfm168)


    Hello, I have WP6.1.1. and Twenty Eleven v4.2. Get this error log every day recently:

    [Jan 14, 08:51:30] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “width” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 39
    [Jan 14, 08:51:30] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “height” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 40
    [Jan 14, 08:58:14] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “width” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 39
    [Jan 14, 08:58:14] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “height” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 40
    [Jan 14, 09:15:10] PHP Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405

    Please help to fix it. Thanks in advance!

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  • Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Hi @cfm168 – could you please answer these two questions:

    What version of PHP is your host running?

    Are the errors being exposed on the front end/public side of your site, or only in WP Admin?

    Older themes like this could definitely trigger PHP warnings on hosts running newer versions of PHP. Unless you’re seeing any issues (beyond the warnings themselves) you can probably just ignore them, as I’m not sure if themes this old (this one is over a decade old at this point) are going to be refactored.

    Thread Starter cfm168

    (@cfm168)

    Hi @zoonini

    Thank you for your response. I’m running PHP 8.0.

    The error log expose only in the WP Admin.

    I also receive this error every hour:

    [Jan 22, 11:39:56] PHP Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/xxx/mysite.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405

    I think I will use this Theme forever since customers used to it and I already putted a lot of effort on it. I believe other WP users are same will not change theme very often. Hope keep the theme updated.

    Thanks in advance!

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Hi @cfm168 – I’ve still not been able to replicate this on my test site running Twenty Eleven, with debugging enabled to true in wp-config:

    define( 'WP_DEBUG', true );

    Enabling WP_DEBUG will cause all PHP errors, notices and warnings to be displayed. This is likely to modify the default behavior of PHP which only displays fatal errors and/or shows a white screen of death when errors are reached.

    Source

    I tested both with PHP 8.0.22 and 8.1.9 and there are no errors in WP Admin on my end.

    To rule out a plugin conflict, please test whether the is issue present with all your plugins temporarily deactivated. You can use the Health Check plugin’s troubleshooting mode for this, which will not change your live site – https://wordpress.org/plugins/health-check/ If the problem goes away, reactivate your plugins one by one (while still in troubleshooting mode) to find the culprit.

    Thread Starter cfm168

    (@cfm168)

    @zoonini – I get this critical errors:

    [Feb 01, 18:27:59] PHP Fatal error: Uncaught TypeError: Cannot access offset of type string on string in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/media.php:779
    Stack trace:
    image_get_intermediate_size(456, Array) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/media.php:234
    image_downsize(456, Array) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/media.php:954
    wp_get_attachment_image_src(456, Array, false) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/media.php:1032
    wp_get_attachment_image(456, Array) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php:104
    include(‘/home/chopstick…’) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/template-loader.php:106
    require_once(‘/home/chopstick…’) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-blog-header.php:19
    require(‘/home/chopstick…’) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/index.php:17
    {main}
    thrown in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/media.php on line 779
    require(‘/home/sorryhided…’) /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/index.php:17
    {main}

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Thanks for the copy of the error message.

    Could you please let me know the results of your conflict testing as well:

    To rule out a plugin conflict, please test whether the is issue present with all your plugins temporarily deactivated. You can use the Health Check plugin’s troubleshooting mode for this, which will not change your live site – https://wordpress.org/plugins/health-check/ If the problem goes away, reactivate your plugins one by one (while still in troubleshooting mode) to find the culprit.

    Thanks!

    Thread Starter cfm168

    (@cfm168)

    @zoonini – I read the FAQ in This Health check plugin you mentioned,

    “At this time, the plugin has been tested with every version of PHP from 5.2 through 7.3, and works with all of these”.

    I am running PHP8, do you think I can still use it for conflict testing?

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Yes, Health Check should work fine with PHP 8.

    Thread Starter cfm168

    (@cfm168)

    I got this error first time related to the child-theme: Warning: Undefined array key “_wcst_order_trackno” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven-child/functions.php on line 122

    It seems you/me defined a custom function in the functions.php file that is part of “twentyeleven-child” theme.

    Can you help with is?

    Note: I have not yet do the conflict testing.

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Hi there @cfm168 – it looks like that function hasn’t been properly added to your child theme. To override a function in a child theme, it must be added in a special way, otherwise it can cause a critical error, as you’re seeing here. Keep in mind that your latest critical errors look completely unrelated to the PHP warnings you’d mentioned earlier.

    The function _wcst_order_trackno is not a function coming from the Twenty Eleven theme. Based on the letters wc and the reference to order tracking, my guess is that it’s related to a WooCommerce extension. Are you running WooCommerce and related extensions? If not, I would just remove this function from your child theme, as it wouldn’t be needed. If you are, do you recall which extension’s function you were trying to override? If so, you’ll want to contact that extensions support folks for help with overriding it in your child theme, as that’s not something related to Twenty Eleven specifically.

    Thread Starter cfm168

    (@cfm168)

    Hi @zoonini – Yes, I’m using WooCommerce. This is the first time related to child theme. I contacted the plugin author but he explanted:

    “yes, the key is related to the plugin, but the script that is raising it is part of a child theme. It seems you defined a custom function in the functions.php file that is part of “twentyeleven-child” theme.

    You should give a look at that function and make sure it is not accessing an undefined index of the array that seems processing. Support service doesn’t cover assistance for custom-defined functions.”

    Hope you can help.

    Anyway, the first reported php errors are still happening every couple hours:

    Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405

    Feb 08, 17:58:09
    Warning: Undefined array key “width” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 39

    Feb 08, 17:58:09
    Warning: Undefined array key “height” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 40

    I will try the conflict testing. Thanks in advance!

    Hi @cfm168

    “yes, the key is related to the plugin, but the script that is raising it is part of a child theme. It seems you defined a custom function in the functions.php file that is part of “twentyeleven-child” theme.

    Can you please provide more information about the function, adding the function here can also help.

    Assistance with functions for other plugins isn’t something that you can get assistance with on this forum, however, maybe sharing the function might help point you in the right direction.

    Thread Starter cfm168

    (@cfm168)

    @zoonini – I get this alert from admin saying theme contains outdated woocommerce template. See below:

    Your theme (Twenty Eleven Child) contains outdated copies of some WooCommerce template files. These files may need updating to ensure they are compatible with the current version of WooCommerce. Suggestions to fix this:

    1. Update your theme to the latest version. If no update is available contact your theme author asking about compatibility with the current WooCommerce version.

    2. If you copied over a template file to change something, then you will need to copy the new version of the template and apply your changes again.

    Overrides: twentyeleven-child/woocommerce/emails/customer-completed-order.php,
    twentyeleven-child/woocommerce/emails/email-styles.php version 4.0.0 is out of date. The core version is 7.4.0

    Is it possible to have a new release to update your theme to solve this issue? Please advise. Thanks in advance!

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Hi @cfm168! Twenty Eleven does not include any WooCommerce templates. As you can see here, the outdated/incompatible WooCommerce template is a coming from your child theme, not from the Twenty Eleven parent theme:

    Overrides: twentyeleven-child/woocommerce/emails/customer-completed-order.php,
    twentyeleven-child/woocommerce/emails/email-styles.php version 4.0.0 is out of date. The core version is 7.4.0

    I’m not sure where you obtained your child theme, but you might try going back to the source where you got it to ask for help updating it so it’s compatible with the current version of WooCommerce.

    Thread Starter cfm168

    (@cfm168)

    @zoonini – I updated the child theme to the latest woocommerce template core 7.4.0. Incompatibel Woocommerce template issue resolved.

    Back to the beginning issue still persists:

    [Feb 20, 18:35:53] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “width” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 39
    [Feb 20, 18:35:53] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “height” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 40
    [Feb 20, 19:01:02] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “width” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 39
    [Feb 20, 19:01:02] PHP Warning: Undefined array key “height” in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/image.php on line 40
    [Feb 20, 19:19:44] PHP Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405
    [Feb 20, 19:19:44] PHP Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405
    [Feb 20, 19:19:44] PHP Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405
    [Feb 20, 19:19:44] PHP Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405
    [Feb 20, 19:19:44] PHP Warning: Attempt to read property “ID” on null in /home/SorryHided/SorryHided.com/wp-includes/link-template.php on line 405

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Glad you sorted out the WooCommerce issue.

    For the original issue, as I mentioned before:

    I tested both with PHP 8.0.22 and 8.1.9 and there are no errors in WP Admin on my end.

    To rule out a plugin conflict, please test whether the is issue present with all your plugins temporarily deactivated. You can use the Health Check plugin’s troubleshooting mode for this, which will not change your live site – https://wordpress.org/plugins/health-check/ If the problem goes away, reactivate your plugins one by one (while still in troubleshooting mode) to find the culprit.

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