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  • @mrrobot2017 @polarlabs This solution is working for me. Thanks!

    Hello-

    Have you made sure to check off Front Page, Archive Pages, and Search Results under Settings > Sharing > Show buttons on?

    That was it. I guess I wasn’t thinking that the author page would fall in that category and I didn’t want them to display on front page and search results pages BUT it looks like with that enabled (in conjunction with the theme I am using) that did the trick (they are displaying on the author page but not on the front page or search results page).

    For reference: http://plans.rallyaway.com/author/sirtinstudios/

    Thanks!

    joshguss

    (@joshguss)

    I am currently getting the same error. Seems to be an issue when Flickr is down or the API is not reachable. Unfortunately this error seems to also prevent the rest of the site from loading which. Seems like there needs to be an update implemented to the plugin that first checks to see if the Flickr API is available and if so, continues loading and if not, aborts, would would allow the rest of the site to load. I’m not sure how to best do this but hopefully the developer would know?

    joshguss

    (@joshguss)

    You can FTP into the server for you site and navigate to plugins folder (inside the wp-content folder), find the problem plugin folder (in this case simple-share-buttons-adder) and rename the folder. I usually just add an underscore in front of the name. This will cause the site to automatically deactivate the plugin. Once you have confirmed you are able to access the site again, I would then go back via FTP and rename the folder back to the original name but keep the plugin deactivated until we have heard back from the developer about a fix.

    joshguss

    (@joshguss)

    A client of mine had the same issue on their site. Went ahead and deactivated the plugin for now. Can you advise as to when this might be resolved?

    Hello-

    I am seeing this same error on one of my client’s site which actually brought it down…

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘[‘ in /nas/wp/www/staging/englishteam/wp-content/plugins/local-market-explorer/modules/market-stats.php on line 74

    We have deactivated the plugin for now and will keep an eye on this thread for an update.

    Hey…

    It looks like you were able to do this. Did you use a plugin to get this to work or just some custom Javascript?

    Thanks!

    I too use this widget and came across this (and a couple other) posts while seeking out a solution for this. It seems like a well supported alternative to this plugin is the best way to go (which I have not yet tried to seek out), but in the meantime, I do think I was able to come up with a fix…

    Let me preface this by saying that I am not a Plugin developer and while this does work for me, I am not sure if this is the right way to go about doing this and cannot guarantee it will work with your site/setup:

    1) Open up the smart-slideshow-widget.php file within the plugin folder
    2) Go to line 404
    3) Change this line…

    wp_enqueue_script('jQuery-UI-Effects', WP_PLUGIN_URL . '/smart-slideshow-widget/js/jquery-ui.min.js');

    to this…

    wp_enqueue_script('jQuery-UI-Effects', 'http://code.jquery.com/ui/1.9.2/jquery-ui.js');

    It seems that the current plugin is just using an older version of jQuery UI which is what seems to be causing the issues in the backend of WordPress. Making this changed fixed the issues on the backend for me while keeping the plugin itself still functional on the frontend.

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