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  • Hey all,
    I was messing around with a wordpress plugin that adds modernizr.js to your blog. Well, I deleted the plugin off the server and then deleted the plugin from the admin panel, in that order, so I don’t know if that is what is causing my issue or not. Anyway, I am getting this error thrown at me when you visit the site:
    “Warning: Missing argument 2 for rw_modernizr_nojs() in /homepages/6/d364289486/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/modernizr/modernizr.php on line 23
    class=”home blog no-js”>”

    I then thought to try and install the plugin again, which I did and is currently installed. It makes the site do what I need it to do in IE, but it’s still throwing the error.

    I opened the php file for the plugin and here is what it looks like:

    function rw_modernizr() {		wp_deregister_script('modernizr'); // deregister
    		// wp_register_script( $handle, $src, $deps, $ver, $in_footer );
    		wp_register_script('modernizr', plugins_url('/js/modernizr-1.7.min.js', __FILE__), false, '1.7.0', false); // re register // false for not in footer
    		wp_enqueue_script('modernizr'); // load
    add_action('init', 'rw_modernizr'); // init
    // add class no-js to body element since HTML element is not possible
    // no-js is required for modernizr to work
    function rw_modernizr_nojs($classes, $class) {
    	// add 'my-class' to the $classes array
    	$classes[] = 'no-js';
    	// return the $classes array
    	return $classes;

    Can anyone help me out with this? Thanks in advance!

    and btw, line 23 in the plugin’s php file is this:
    function rw_modernizr_nojs($classes, $class) {

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  • I have released version 1.0.1 which fixes this problem

    Hi Ramoonus, thank you for your reply. I just upgraded your plugin and it fixed Firefox, but internet explorer and safari are still showing the error! I’m getting kind of worried now, because the plugin is completely deactivated and deleted, yet the error is still there!Can you please assist me with getting rid of this?

    Ok, so just in case anyone else ends up with this problem. I deactivated and deleted the plugin. Then manually added modernizr into the head.php. This fixed the problem. Thanks though! Great idea! Hopefully your upgrade will prevent this from happening to others.

    this problem is not browser dependant
    might be due caching problems from your site and browser

    version 1.0.1 fixes the problem
    are you sure you updated?

    Yes sir! I sure did. I deactivated and deleted the plugin. I then installed the updated version. The error was still there. For some reason, Firefox was not showing the error. All other browsers were.

    its still there?
    im going to have another look at it

    i can only say it works for me
    using WP 3.1.3 (php 5.3)

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