The plugin is causing an error message from PHP to appear on my footer.
It only happens in a specific page where I use a page template to show another kind of content (the page itself has no content or excerpt).
You can see what I mean here:
This is a soccer club website. This page shows the match results of a certain championship. It uses a page template to call that content from elsewhere, so the page itself has no content but a title only.
The thing is if you scroll down to the footer you will see this error:
Notice: Undefined index: pinterest_images in /home/ecpel/public_html/wp/wp-content/plugins/share-and-follow/share-and-follow.php on line 1955
It does not appear anywhere else on the website. I already removed the function to show the share buttons of the sidebar, but the error keeps showing, so it must be some kind of bug on the very plugin loading from wordpress defaults.
If I add content to the page and show it using “the_content”, then it gives me even more error messages, very similar, to that one.
Even if you can’t help me figure out what is going on here, please help me to not load the plugin at all on this page, so the error won’t show.
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