Support » Plugin: Plugin Organizer » postMetaBox error

  • Resolved Studio Pence


    Hi, after udpdating to 9.0.3 I’m seeing a PHP warning at the meta box in the page/post editor:

    Warning: in_array() expects parameter 2 to be array, boolean given in /…/…/…/…/…/wp-content/plugins/plugin-organizer/tpl/postMetaBox.php on line 28

    With debug set to true (wp-config) I’m also seeing this:

    SELECT post_id FROM tablename_po_plugins WHERE permalink = ‘../../page-name/’ and post_id != 479 AND secure = 0 status != ‘trash’ GROUP BY post_id

    Great plugin by the way!

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  • I am also seeing the same message consistently. Although I did not see any adverse impact on the functionality.

    I agree, great plugin! I use it to optimize my pages to not load unnecessary plugins.

    I too see this error. Of course, the post_id changes on each post/page the error displays on.

    It does not seem to affect functionality on the front-end but was just a little disconcerting.


    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup


    This is because I didn’t set the list of stored post types to an empty array on activation and you haven’t used the custom post type page. I will have the activation function set it to an empty array if it doesn’t exist in the next version.

    Plugin Author Jeff Sterup


    This should be fixed in version 9.0.4.

    Thanks for the update!

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