Support » Plugin: WP Bannerize » [Plugin: WP Bannerize] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function bannerize

  • Hello,
    I have a problem with the plugin WP-Bannerize.
    I found an error in the error_log file of my WordPress installation.
    The error is repeated multiple times for multiple rows.
    the error is as follows: “[21-Aug-2012 10:07:30 UTC] PHP Fatal error: Call to a member function bannerize () on a non-object in on line 64 “

    I currently use WordPress 3.4.1 with the 3.0.62 version of wp-bannerize

    I look forward to your help

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-bannerize/

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  • How have you called the function in your theme? I suspect your issue is there.

    Do you have something like this:

    <?php if(function_exists( 'wp_bannerize' ))
    			wp_bannerize();
    			?>

    Where could I find that string of code?
    Inside the function.php file of my theme?

    No it’s not in your theme files yet. You find that code when you go into your Dashboard and select WP Bannerize>Tools. You use this code to display the banners in your theme files eg. twentyeleven/page.php.

    Do you follow?

    Ok I get it.
    I tried to remove the code string from a php file of the theme.
    I have to check if the error log file I still noticed problems.
    I’ll keep you updated.
    thank you very much

    Did you resolve you issue?

    Hello,
    I tried to remove the line of code from the file header.php.
    Sembravaa the problem solved.
    I checked the error log file this morning, but I found again the error PHP fatal error repeated several times.
    I do not know what to do.

    Did you check the time stamps of those errors? It sounds strange the you see the Fatal Error only in log files. Don’t you see it in any page you open.

    The function is named wp_bannerize();. How come you have bannerize in it.

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