Support » Plugin: iTunes Lookup Widget » [Plugin: iTunes Lookup Widget] Creating or updating entries

  • Resolved chrismax1


    I’ve just installed this plugin (great by the way), but now, when i try to post a new blog-entry or update a blog entry i get the following error message:

    Warning: unserialize() expects parameter 1 to be string, array given in /var/www/ on line 215

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /var/www/ in /var/www/ on line 881

    The entries ARE actually created/updated – any idea of how to fix this problem? 🙂

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  • Plugin Author ollybach



    i’ve got a reasonably good idea why that is (has something to do with trying to make old version settings update to new versions without destroying all the previously entered settings).

    give me a couple of days – am in the middle of some other things at the moment – and i’ll (try and) fix it

    having said that, does the plugin actually work and just throws these errors (which you could just turn off btw) or is it also not doing what it’s suppose to be doing ?

    also, are you using shortcodes of this plugin on any pages/post or just the widget ?

    and – lastly – did you upgrade from a previous version or just install the latest one ?


    PS: incidentally i hate all these php notices/warnings etc .. too many plugins out there that obviously never turned on debug when developing…so i’ll do my utmost to get rid of them. thanks for telling me

    Plugin Author ollybach


    should now be fixed in 0.3.4

    Plugin Author ollybach


    marking as resolved

    Sorry i havn’t replied before now – the problem is solved and the widget is working perfectly, thank you very much!

    And thumbs up for such a fast reply!

    Plugin Author ollybach


    thanks for the feedback….much appreciated
    glad it works for you.

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