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  • Dear Sir,
    I have this warning sign read as ‘Warning join () [function join]: Invalid arguments passed in/home/lille/public_html/wp-includes/post-template.php one line 389 class=””>

    Can you please help me to resolve this in my website? I have been trying to solve for days.

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  • Thank you. I hope you can help me to resolve the matter at my site,

    Warning join () [function join]: Invalid arguments passed in/home/lille/public_html/wp-includes/post-template.php one line 389 class=””>

    Yours sincerely,
    li

    dear Sir,
    I am so sorry, now my site gives another sign
    Warning join () [function join]: Invalid arguments passed in/home/lille/public_html/wp-includes/post-template.php one line 390 class=””>
    I really do not understand. Please help me to resolve this. I understand I will take some of your time.
    thanks
    LInk to my website is http://www.myglobalspacenet.info

    I get the same error: PHP Warning: join() [<a href='function.join'>function.join</a>]: Invalid arguments passed in /home/oucunuco/public_html/shoestrap.org/wp-includes/post-template.php on line 389

    Line 389 is in the body_class function

    function body_class( $class = '' ) {
    	// Separates classes with a single space, collates classes for body element
    	echo 'class="' . join( ' ', get_body_class( $class ) ) . '"';
    }

    WordPress 3.51
    PHP v. 5.2.17

    WPyogi

    (@wpyogi)

    Forum Moderator

    @aristath – please start your own thread.

    magicabundance

    (@magicabundance)

    Dear WP yogi,
    I do not understand what is start own thread. Where should I find all the error that I should rectify.? Can you please ellaborate?
    Thanks
    Yours sincerely,
    Li

    PinkishHue

    (@pinkishhue)

    Have you made any changes to your site that could have caused this error? It could be a conflict with your PHP version but I would imagine WP is built to run well on older versions.

    I would download WordPress and re-upload that one file manually – wp-includes/post-template.php – via FTP, see if that fixes it. Maybe an error occurred during installation or something.

    @wpyogi If they’re having the same error is it really better to have separate threads? Surely having one thread is better.

    Copernicus

    (@copernicus)

    Hello everyone.
    It would SEEM that you guys are using the Shoestrap theme.

    If this is the case, it is a problem with your version of the theme. I was experiencing the same issue, then upgraded to the latest version (v1.39).

    For me, it’s now fixed.

    Hope this helps!

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