Support » Plugin: SEO Friendly Images » Undefined variable in admin backend

  • Resolved aliuskon

    (@aliuskon)


    I was looking deeper into the problems why plugin doesn’t work (even in the front end). Decided that the problem lies in the admin backend.

    After checking it out I have found this:
    Undefined variable: form in .../seo-friendly-images.class.php on line 294

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/seo-image/

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  • For me this error:

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in ……../wp-content/plugins/seo-image/seo-friendly-images.class.php on line 722

    Plugin Author Vladimir Prelovac

    (@freediver)

    These are fixed in 3.0.3

    Have in mind the plugin works by modyfiyng HTML output of the image, so to check if it works or not you should find the image source in the HTML source of the page.

    Settings backend still plagued by Undefined variable. http://i.imgur.com/wKh5TCE.jpg
    Adding isset helps avoid the error, but does not help fully rendering the settings form.

    Nothing has changed on the front end. Title tag is still missing.

    As far as I have looked into the code it seems that $options["enable"] should be "on", but no such setting is rendered (or kept hidden, or stored in database) in the settings backend.

    Plugin Author Vladimir Prelovac

    (@freediver)

    There was a big with default options. Thanks for pointing out. You should use 3.0.4 and save the options.

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