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[Resolved] [Plugin: WordPress SEO by Yoast] Notice: Undefined index: wp_the_query

  • I get a notice from wp-seo. Basically, WPSEO_Frontend::__construct() calls wp_reset_query(). Since this is included as soon as the plugin is loaded instead of from a hook, $GLOBALS[‘wp_query’] doesn’t yet exist, which wp_reset_query() tries to use. If you’re just trying to reset something *if* another plugin has messed with it, you could probably do:

    if ( isset( $GLOBALS['wp_query'] ) )

    Here’s the actual notice:

    Notice: Undefined index: wp_the_query in /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wordpress/wp-includes/query.php on line 108
    Call Stack:
        0.0002     638792   1. {main}() /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/index.php:0
        0.0004     644320   2. require('/var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wordpress/wp-blog-header.php') /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/index.php:17
        0.0007     667336   3. require_once('/var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wordpress/wp-load.php') /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wordpress/wp-blog-header.php:12
        0.0010     694368   4. require_once('/var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wp-config.php') /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wordpress/wp-load.php:34
        0.0022     834760   5. require_once('/var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wordpress/wp-settings.php') /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wp-config.php:98
        0.1240   36844520   6. include_once('/var/www/vhosts/bluedog/bd-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/wp-seo.php') /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/wordpress/wp-settings.php:196
        0.1305   38138568   7. require('/var/www/vhosts/bluedog/bd-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/frontend/class-frontend.php') /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/bd-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/wp-seo.php:58
        0.1305   38138952   8. WPSEO_Frontend->__construct() /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/bd-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/frontend/class-frontend.php:829
        0.1305   38138952   9. wp_reset_query() /var/www/vhosts/bluedog/bd-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/frontend/class-frontend.php:7


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  • Shouldn’t wp_reset_query() deal with this?
    I think this is a problem with WordPress 3.3. It doesn’t occur in 3.2.1
    3.2.1 code was:
    $GLOBALS[‘wp_query’] =& $GLOBALS[‘wp_the_query’];
    3.3 code is currently:
    $GLOBALS[‘wp_query’] = $GLOBALS[‘wp_the_query’];

    Was this a change for php 5.3?

    Note: This change was made in changeset 18995 on 18th October. The comment “new does not require by reference” applies to the first change made in query_posts(), but not to the second which is an assignment by reference. I’ve raised this as http://core.trac.wordpress.org/ticket/19412

    Since PHP 5+ using =& for the assignment of objects isn’t needed, and that’s what $GLOBALS['wp_the_query'] is supposed to be. If $GLOBALS['wp_the_query'] is NOT an object yet, then you’re calling wp_reset_query() too soon and _doing_it_wrong().

    I still think this is something the plugin should account for, but I’m passing it by the lead devs anyway.

    Yep, the ticket was closed as “wontfix” so my recommendation to fix this in the plugin stands.

    IMHO: it would have been just as easy to add an
    if ( isset( $GLOBALS[‘wp_the_query’] ) )
    into wp_reset_query.
    then no one would have to worry about _doing_it_wrong()

    Looks like this was fixed in 1.1

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