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[Plugin: Thesis OpenHook] Syntax problem

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  • I think there may also be some problems with some escaped quotes (i.e., backslashes being added before quotes) on code entered into custom_functions.php.

    I had to revert back to the older 2.2 version to get things working properly again.

    I think that there is a problem w/ quotes in general. I was having problems with quotes in the custom.css file for image urls. With quotes, they wouldn’t show up, without, it was fine. I had to tweak urls on 6 or 7 sies to get images to display…a major pain.

    jimbomack66

    @jimbomack66

    Was there any resolution to this problem? Same thing is happening to me.

    I just uploaded version 2.3 of OpenHook. I’m not sure if any of you are still experiencing the problem in the first post, but if you still are after you update to 2.3, let me know, preferably via e-mail (rick.beckman @ gmail.com).

    Thanks!

    And thanks for using OpenHook!

    Rick, you have mail.

    Was getting this error;

    Warning: call_user_func_array() [function.call-user-func-array]: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, ‘openhook_post_top_box’ was given in /home/xxxxxx/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 339

    Emailed Rick and he had the bug causing the error fixed and his plugin updated in under 10 minutes. Now that’s service!!

    Thanks Rick.

    I got the same error, so I emailed Rick. But I misread the above. My bad.

    After rereading the message, refreshed my dashboard, updated the plugin again and all is good.

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