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  • TecBrat

    (@tecbrat)

    Thank you for your response.

    The site has
    NS Cloner – Site Copier Version 3.0.6.0
    and
    NS Cloner Add-on: Search and Replace Version 1.0.4.1

    The site also has
    NS Cloner Pro 2.1.5.9

    I found the UI for NS Cloner V3 easier to follow, so that’s what I started using.
    I am only a sub-contractor on this project, so I’ll have to see if I can get the order details from the contractor above me. I worked around this issue, so I may have to abandon this request. I hope this thread is somehow helpful to someone else.

    I came to ask the same question, but since it sat unanswered for over 5 months, I dug into the database myself and realized that the “_trashed” suffix is added to posts (pages) that are in the trashcan. When I permanently deleted the page, the straggling sidebox was removed as well.

    I’d delete this if I could.

    The error was a hard-coded path in a custom-built shortcode, not a problem with user-meta or WP Members.

    More information, in case it helps.

    The image I’m talking about is the avatar.

    The path is being saved correctly in the database. The avatar image appears as it should on http://mysite.com/members/profile/

    Where it fails is http://mysite.com/members. This page in this site is built with shortcodes as shown here:
    [wpmem_logged_in]
    [directory]
    [/wpmem_logged_in]

    “wpmem_logged_in” is from another plugin. I am left to assume that “directory” is from this plugin, but I cannot be certain yet. (I did not create this site or install these plugins)

    @phildyp,
    Thanks for the link. At that link, mikejolley asked “Did you run the data upgrade after upgrading…?”

    When I went back into my shopping cart, I saw a button that suggested I do a data update. I clicked that button and it started to work in the background but gave a link to force it to run immediately. I clicked that link.

    As far as I can tell, it fixed my problem.

    I seem to be also running into trouble replacing text inside square brackets like [this text]. Should I post that as a separate question?

    Update to provide actual error message and attempted work-around

    Error:
    Warning: DOMDocument::importNode() [domdocument.importnode]: ID pricePerFt already defined in /[MY PATH]l/wp-content/plugins/remote-content-shortcode/inc/phpQuery.php on line 590

    error repeats serveral times

    Unsuccessful work around:
    Try to replace before manipulating DOM
    find='~id="pricePerFt"~' replace='~class="pricePerFt"~'

    The regex worked, so it just means that selector="" happens before find/replace

    Next Step:
    I’ll edit the core file to suppress the error, knowing that any update will break my work-around.

    I put my manual placement code inside a div with id="socialMediaContainer" and then added this to my style.css file

    #socialMediaContainer {
        width: 229px;
        margin: 0 auto;
        /* background: red; */
    }

    Use the red background to help you find the correct width that just barely holds your icons.
    I tried a larger contain and text-align: center, but it didn’t do what we might have expected.

    kalik,
    I might be dealing with this soon. If so, I’ll let you know how I managed it.

    I decided to test this on a fresh install of WordPress 4.6.1 and got the following error messages when choosing “Activate”.

    Warning: array_keys() expects parameter 1 to be array, boolean given in /home/MYSITE/public_html/cms2/wp-content/plugins/mesh/class.mesh-templates.php on line 115

    Warning: array_merge(): Argument #2 is not an array in /home/MYSITE/public_html/cms2/wp-content/plugins/mesh/class.mesh-templates.php on line 116

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/MYSITE/public_html/cms2/wp-content/plugins/mesh/class.mesh-templates.php:115) in /home/MYSITE/public_html/cms2/wp-includes/option.php on line 823

    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/MYSITE/public_html/cms2/wp-content/plugins/mesh/class.mesh-templates.php:115) in /home/MYSITE/public_html/cms2/wp-includes/option.php on line 824

    My experience would suggest that the header errors are just a symptom of the other errors.

    Despite the errors, it looks like it’s installed and activated. I visited the Mesh settings and enabled sections for “Posts” and “Pages”.

    I added a 2 column section to the sample page, published the section, updated the page, visited the page and the “Columns” were again over-under instead of side-by-side.

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