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Undefined Variable/Index after installing WP 3.5

  • Installed WP 3.5 and don’t seem to have any problems except for when I install most plugins. Seems like most plugins generate errors of Undefined Variables and/or Index issues.

    It’s not all plugins, but most. Even ones that are tested to WP 3.5.

    I am noticing the problem in WP-ADMIN pages as well as public content pages.

    These might be harmless errors that should only be displaying when PHP Debug reporting is turned on. I am on a Windows server but my WP 3.4.2 sites don’t have this problem.

    I’ve completely reinstalled WP 3.5. Also performed a fresh install of the theme I use.

    Any suggestions?

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  • Warning Messages ‘displaying’ are set in the php.ini file & inside the wp-config.php in the define for WP_DEBUG (should be false there) ..

    Inside the php.ini is display_errors should be set to 0

    ALthough you could add this to the wp-config.php file and do it there as well, right under the define for WP_DEBUG

    @ini_set('display_errors', 0);

    Hi Frumph. The @ini_set worked perfectly. Did something change in 3.5 to cause this?

    Thx!

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