Good morning, Brian
Great plugin, makes things easier for us & clients.
I’m trying to resolve a PHP notice in our debug.log, and hoping you can possibly help provide some insight. The notice we’re receiving is this:
PHP Notice: Undefined index: pinterest in /homepages/25/d282327004/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/social-media-widget/social-widget.php on line 66
Are the indexes being used in the $instance array defined somewhere, and I’m just missing the one for pinterest?
Unrelated, but while I was studying the code– I think comment on line 879 is meant to be GooglePlus, not Facebook?
I’m gonna be honest.. I probably screwed something up with the pinterest one. It had been awhile since I updated the plugin and I just did a lot of copy and paste. I’ll take a look at the code later this week and try to sort that out.
I’m sure you’re right about the commenting (another Copy/Paste miss more than likely).
Thanks for bringing these to my attn.
I understand re: copy & paste– been there myself. Thanks for taking a look.
Sorry to jump in, but has there been a fix for this? I use the latest version and still have this issue apparently.
Can you guys do me a favor and go into your widget configuration, don’t make any changes and then hit save and let me know if the issue goes away for you?
I pushed out 2.9.5 which fixes the mislabeled comment. As for the index issue, i wasn’t able to duplicate, unfortunately, which is why I asked for you to try the Save option. It may be possible that it just didn’t save that icon’s blank url in the database for some reason or another. No idea.
Just would like to confirm that the “Save” trick works for me! Thanks, brianfreytag.
Guys, this plugin was yanked due to having Malware it in:
Oh, man… Thank you for letting us know!
Have you found any good substitute for this plugin?
I just want to make it clear that I have not been the maintainer of Social Media Widget since January of 2013 (version 2.9.7).
This post is to disassociate myself with this issue. I want the record to reflect that this issue arose months after I passed off the widget and have not had SVN access since signing over the widget in January. As the original creator of Social Media Widget and beginning its legacy, I want to remain clean of this in the case I decide to release a new WordPress plugin.
I had a discussion with the current maintainer whom I transferred the rights over to – It seems that one of the freelancers that he hired to do some updates decided to go rogue or his password was cracked, though you will have to hear it from him for the full story.
— Update – Changed the version I last pushed in the first paragraph
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