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[Resolved] [Plugin: Popularity Contest] PHP Fatal error

  • Hi,

    It looks like popularity contest stopped working for me and I see the following PHP error in my logs.

    HP Fatal error: Call to a member function create_post_record() on a non-object in /<webserver path>/wp-content/plugins/popularity-contest/popularity-contest.php on line 2149

    Using Popularity Contest Version 2.0b2

    Anyone else have this problem?

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  • That’s supposed to be “PHP Fatal Error”, not “HP”.

    It looks like the problem might be that the global $akpc variable is false when akpc_publish() gets called.

    Thanks in advance for anyone who can help.

    This fix handled all my errors Patched Plugin

    Appreciate the reply jproducer, that link goes to a patch for an old version of popularity contest designed for WordPress 2.5 though…the PHP Fatal Error fix discussed in that article does not apply to the latest version of PC.

    I made an attempt to fix this error on my own by changing line 2149 from this:

    $akpc->create_post_record($post_id);

    To this:

    if ($akpc) $akpc->create_post_record($post_id);

    Will mark this thread as resolved if this works.

    the above fix eliminates the error.

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