Support » Plugin: WP Vegas » Undefined index error

  • lunanoko


    I’m using your slider up until now without problems. My use case up until now was to create some sliders and insert their shortcodes into individual pages.

    However, this morning I was thinking that some pages need specific slider, while the rest should use the same slider. So I set the Global ID setting to be the slide I want to be global. Ever since things don’t work anymore 🙁

    Every page displays the following error:

    Notice: Undefined index: vegas_isglobal in […]/vegas-fullscreen-background-slider/index.php on line 296

    After receiving this error I tried to make the Global ID setting empty again, hoping this would revert whatever went wrong since using it, but alas, the plugin won’t work anymore, insisting that something went wrong.

    I looked through your code but my PHP and especially WordPress knowledge is way too much lacking to do anything useful with it. Do you have any idea what’s happening?

    Also, I can live without the global slide, so anything to make the individual slides working again would be great ATM.

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  • Plugin Author jamesdbruner


    First things first, what versions of wordpress and vegas slider plugin are you using? Second, can I get a link to your website?



    I use WordPress 3.7.1 and Vegas Slider 1.5. Unfortunately you cannot get a link to the site as the development is still happening locally 🙁

    The only other plugin we’re using is Contact Form 7 (latest version at this time).

    Plugin Author jamesdbruner


    Shoot me an email, I might have a fix for you. jamesdbruner[at]

    I’m using WordPress 3.8 and Vegas Slider 1.5. I get an undefined index error unless all the options (for arrows, autoplay, global, and poster) are all checked.

    Unfortunately, I don’t want to use all of those options.

    Additionally, I get a 404 error for a missing overlay file.

    Hello, i’m using WordPress 3.8 ans i’ve got the same problems.
    Is there a solution ?
    Thanks for youre plugin.

    just for informations, i have deleted this line :

    $vegas_options = get_option('vegas_options');
    $vegas_poster = $vegas_options['vegas_poster'];
    if ($vegas_poster == 1){ ?>
    	jQuery( function(){'pause'); } )}, <?php $vegastimeout = $delay * $imagenum; echo $vegastimeout; ?>);
    <?php } ?>

    and the slider works.

    Plugin Author jamesdbruner


    If you’re interested I’m actually done with version 2.0 of this plugin which is quite an improvement but I’m just writing up documentation and a couple different things before I release it. So if you want I can email you version 2.0 ..Now although it hasn’t been thoroughly tested I have tested it a little bit and it works fine and should remove all your errors. Anyhow, just shoot me your email if you want to give it a try.

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