Support » Plugin: Back End Instructions » [Plugin: Back-End Instructions] Error with 3.1.1

  • Resolved abmcr

    (@abmcr)



    After install a set of notice error as

    Notice: Undefined offset: 0 in /Applications/MAMP/htdocs/31wordpress/wp-content/plugins/back-end-instructions/bei_functions.php on line 46

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  • Plugin Author Doodlebee

    (@doodlebee)

    That’s a “notice”, not an error. It means it doesn’t affect how it works. You’re seeing the notification because you have reporting turned on, probably set to view all.

    Not saying I won’t look into it, but it’s not an error.

    Plugin Author Doodlebee

    (@doodlebee)

    I just found the warnings. Yep – they are there if you have reporting turned on (either via PHP or through the ‘WP_DEBUG” constant in your wp-config.php file). Again, these warnings don’t affect the functionality of the plugin – still works fine. They are there because when you first activate the plugin, you don’t have any data for the plugin to pull – it’s empty.

    Thanks for letting me know about it though – because it *is* annoying, even if it doesn’t affect anything.

    I’ve just edited the plugin to check for empty data now – uploading version 0.7 (after I finish writing this post) to get rid of the notices. If you don’t mind, could you remove your vote that the plugin doesn’t work? Because it does. Thanks! 🙂

    Ok: thank you

    Plugin Author Doodlebee

    (@doodlebee)

    Okay – I’ve just committed the 0.7 version to the plugin repository – it could take about 20 minutes or so before it shows up – so watch for it 🙂

    Thanks again for letting me know 🙂

    A most brilliant plugin indeed, V 0.7 works fine (in Local) with WP 3.1.1 Will save time explaining same things again and again to different people on live sites. Am going to change the #bei_expand_link Div, so as to make the help instruction even more noticable. Most times, people do not see what’s staring at them! Congratulations Doodlebee!!!!

    Plugin Author Doodlebee

    (@doodlebee)

    Thanks, deflorence 🙂 If it helps, there’s a “css” folder in the plugin. You’re more than welcome to just change what’s in there to make it look however you like – I don’t recommend changing the div ID though, since the js that causes the show/hide function relies on the div ID. But if you do change the files, I’d definitely recommend making backups so they don’t get overwritten when an upgrade occurs 🙂 Another idea is to just hook into the enqueue_back_end_header() function to add your own styles 🙂 If you add your own to the end, it’ll override the plugins default (and very minimal) styles.

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