Support » Theme: evolve » site broken after update

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  • nickpapag

    (@nickpapag)

    i’ve downgradd to 3.7.3 and everything ok

    rut64

    (@rut64)

    Came here to post exactly the same thing. Upgraded – site broke – displaying a single line of error code (which – unfortunately – I did not screen shot but involved a malformed php script).

    Downgraded and all ok.

    Same here! How do you downgrade?

    +! – we are also having this problem. Fortunately we always test plugin and theme updates on a local server before updating them on our production server, so we caught this in time. We just rolled back to the prior version via our nightly backup.

    You should be able to download the 3.7.3 version of the theme from here:

    https://downloads.wordpress.org/theme/evolve.3.7.3.zip

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    Donna

    (@donnawpadmin)

    My site needs this update. I guess I’ll hold off and see if they fix the bugs in it…anyone report?

    Donna, it seems to be PHP error. Zulok has posted a suggested fix here: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/syntax-error-in-social-buttons-php-in-evolve-3-7-4/

    I did NOT have any problem on my site. My site is running PHP 7.1.6.

    HeavenlyTreasure —

    There is a plugin called WP Rollback that makes it very easy to restore previous versions of plugins and themes. You can find it here: https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-rollback/

    Once you install it, if you navigate on your dashboard to Appearance > Themes and then click “Theme Details” for Evolve (or any other free wordpress theme) — you will see a small “rollback” button in the lower right corner. Clicking that link will bring up a list of available versions. That plugin draws directly from the Subversion repository — so it would simply be downloading and automatically installing the same theme that is at the link provided by LeapFroggie.

    In general — especially with the Evolve theme, but as good practice for everything — if you are upgrading themes or plugins on a live site, you should always back up the site first. There are many different good, free backup or database management plugins you can choose from. (Evolve is a complex theme with many different features and display options — I think it is very powerful theme and well supported, amazing for a free theme, but also more things that can go wrong when it is upgraded).

    Theme Author Romik84

    (@romik84)

    Hello

    After theme update site get blank issue comes with PHP server.
    Please update social-buttons.php file in theme root if you got the issue.
    Here is the file attachment: https://we.tl/uloukNS0qK

    We release update with solve this issue very soon.

    Thank you

    waiting for new version!!!!

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