Support » Plugin: CC Mortgage Calculator » undefined variables in cc-mortgage.php

  • Resolved aljuk

    (@aljuk)


    I noticed a few notices…

    Notice: Undefined variable: title in /wp-content/plugins/cc-mortgage-calculator/cc-mortgage.php on line 139

    Notice: Undefined variable: currency_symbol in /wp-content/plugins/cc-mortgage-calculator/cc-mortgage.php on line 139

    Notice: Undefined variable: allow_cc_urls in /wp-content/plugins/cc-mortgage-calculator/cc-mortgage.php on line 139

    Notice: Undefined variable: bg_color in /wp-content/plugins/cc-mortgage-calculator/cc-mortgage.php on line 139

    Notice: Undefined variable: border_color in /wp-content/plugins/cc-mortgage-calculator/cc-mortgage.php on line 139

    Notice: Undefined variable: text_color in /wp-content/plugins/cc-mortgage-calculator/cc-mortgage.php on line 139

    https://wordpress.org/plugins/cc-mortgage-calculator/

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  • Plugin Author CC

    (@calculatorscanadaca)

    aljuk, which browser are you using? And can you send a link to your website?

    Thread Starter aljuk

    (@aljuk)

    Hi,

    tested in chrome / firefox / safari mac.

    Unfortunately the site is not public yet, and not running in debug in any case. I’m picking the errors up on my local development install.

    Thread Starter aljuk

    (@aljuk)

    also I should mention that the update link is giving 404:

    wp-admin/update.php?action=update-selected&plugins=cc-mortgage-calculator%2Fcc-mortgage.php&_wpnonce=d189c219a8

    Plugin Author CC

    (@calculatorscanadaca)

    Interesting as plugin was tested on live website, update was fine and plugin works.
    Can you try to disable and delete plugin, and then install latest version?

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