Support » Plugin: PHP Everywhere » Unable to add new or edit existing php_everywhere code

  • rianweaver


    As of the last few weeks, any time I try to add new, or edit some existing php_everywhere code snippet, and save changes, I get taken to with the error: No Results Found
    The page you requested could not be found. Try refining your search, or use the navigation above to locate the post.

    I have several pages using PHP Everywhere, and need to keep using it.

    I created a new page, and just made the php_everywhere code ‘echo “This was created with php”;’ and it would save and load.

    However, when I added a global variable declaration (global $wpdb;) as soon as I add that, even with nothing else, the page goes to the state where it won’t save, etc.

    I’ve tried looking at all of my snippets to check the syntax but haven’t found anything amiss.

    Any ideas where I can look to try and get this resolved?

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  • Plugin Author Alexander Fuchs


    Hi rianweaver,

    I will try and reproduce your bug soon. For now you could try to migrate your code to the newly introduced PHP Everywhere Gutenberg Block.

    What plugins are active on your site?



    We have quite a few plugins, here are the active ones:

    Advanced CF7 DB
    Calcluated Fields Form
    Classic Editor
    Conditional Menus
    Contact Form 7
    Contact Form 7 Captcha
    Contact Form 7 Conditional Fields
    Display Posts
    Enable Media Replace
    GPDR Cookie Consent
    GoToWP Personal
    Migrate To LiquidWeb
    Page Duplicator
    PHP Everywhere
    Portfolio Filter Gallery
    Portfolio Filter Gallery Premium
    RPS Include Content
    UberMenu 3 – The Ultimate WordPress Mega Menus
    UpdraftPlus – Backup/Restore
    WP EventsPlus
    WP Fastest Cache
    WP Fastest Cache Premium
    WP Mail SMTP
    WP Responsive Menu



    Is one of these boxes more appropriate to use than the other? I’m not familiar with the Gutenberg Block yet

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