Support » Plugin: Tockify Events Calendar » Plugin Deactivated

  • Resolved alsa28


    Hello, I’ve seen a previous topic on this but without continuation and solution.

    I have been trying to install the plugin to my website, running WordPress 3.6 and there’s always an error message saying
    ‘The plugin tockify-events-calendar/settings.php has been deactivated due to an error: The plugin does not have a valid header.’

    I have tried multiple times to reinstall and reactivate the plugin but it doesn’t seem to work. Can you help?

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  • Plugin Author Tockify


    Hi Alsa,

    I’m sorry to hear that. I’m not sure which other topic you’ve seen this on – we’re not aware of the problem.

    We’ll look into this in case we’ve done something that breaks very old WordPress versions (version 3.6 is 5 years old) by mistake and report back.

    For now though I recommend upgrading to a more recent WordPress version if you can. 4.9.5 is the latest version.

    I expect you’ll run into more and more problems if you stay on 3.6 because plugin makers are dropping support for it so upgrading is a really good idea.

    Plugin Author Tockify


    Hi Alsa,

    We looked into this for you and saw the same problem.

    We’ve released a fix for it now so if you upgrade the Tockify plugin to version 1.3.5 (or later) and re-activate it everything should be ok.

    The problem was caused by an inadvertent clash with a global variable that doesn’t occur in more recent WordPress versions.

    Sorry about that and thanks for making us aware of the problem.

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