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04/16/2016 at 4:45 am #373065David McCarthyGuest
Fatal error: Call to a member function get() on a non-object in /home/webright/public_html/emgsdev/wp-includes/query.php on line 28
Got this after installing and when trying to activate.
Can’t get back to Plugins page or any other option on the Dashboard.
Had to delete the plugin folder from the server.
This is sysinfo:
WordPress Version: 4.4.2
PHP Version: 5.4.42
Web Server: LiteSpeed
Content Directory: /home/webright/public_html/emgsdev/wp-content
Content URL: http://web-right.com/emgsdev/wp-content
Plugins Directory: /home/webright/public_html/emgsdev/wp-content/plugins
Plugins URL: http://web-right.com/emgsdev/wp-content/plugins
Uploads Directory: /home/webright/public_html/emgsdev/wp-content/uploads
Cookie Domain: Disabled
Multi-Site Active: No
PHP cURL Support: Yes
PHP GD Support: Yes
PHP ImgMagick Support: No
PHP Memory Limit: 256M
PHP Memory Usage: 68.49M (27%)
PHP Post Max Size: 100M
PHP Upload Max Size: 100M
PHP Max Input Vars: 2048
WP Options Count: 451
WP Options Size: 676.07kb
WP Options Transients: 37
SAVEQUERIES: Not set
Operating System: Windows
Browser: Mozilla Firefox 39.0
User Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.1; WOW64; rv:39.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/39.0
Number of Blueprints: 12
Styling enabled: Yes
All custom fields: No
Animation enabled: No
Beta enabled: No
- Headway Base 3.8.8
04/16/2016 at 8:07 am #373109David McCarthyGuest
- 404page 2.0
- Admin Menu Tree Page View 2.6.9
- Architect 1.9.1
- AVH Extended Categories Widgets 4.0.2
- Conditional Widgets 2.2
- Document Gallery 4.2.2
- Duplicator 1.1.6
- Easy Table 1.6
- Event List 0.7.6
- Grid/List View for WooCommerce 1.0.2
- NS Category Widget 2.0.2
- Page-list 5.1
- Redux Framework 3.5.9
- Simply Show IDs 1.3.3
- TinyMCE Advanced 4.2.8
- Toolset Types 2.0.1
- WooCommerce 2.4.2
- WooCommerce Memberships 1.5.4
- WooCommerce POS 0.4.5
- WooCommerce Product Stock Alert 1.3.0
- WooCommerce Subscriptions 2.0.12
- WordPress Importer 0.6.1
- WP Remove Category prefix 1.0
I’ve found the conflict – it’s with the plugin Architect – http://architect4wp.com/
That plugin is a fundamental part of the website, so it can’t be replaced. It uses the Redux Framework, but that can be activated without any problems.
Is there something which can be done to overcome this problem?
David04/18/2016 at 10:02 am #373259Steven ZahmKeymaster
Which version of Connections did you install? The latest, 8.5.14, removed direct use of the core WordPress function
get_query_var()because of other plugins and theme occasionally breaking it resulting in the error you are seeing. The latest version implements a wrapper function which checks to make sure the function is not broken before it is used and if it is broken fails back to an alternative method so Connections can keep doing its thing even though that part of WordPress is broken.
If you’d like to read the gory technical details here:
You situation seems to be a little different. I’ve never seen this happen in the admin the Architect plugin must being doing something interesting. I suspect Architect plugin just might, maybe, cause you other troubles with other plugins though it might be as obvious. I only mention it so you can keep it in the back of your mind incase you run into other odd little issues that can not be explained.
Now, all this said, If you were installing the latest version and still receiving this error, I’ll need a copy of Architect so I can see what it is doing. I might have to add another other checks to make sure
get_query_var()is not broken before trying to use it.04/18/2016 at 2:42 pm #373284David McCarthyGuest
I’d downloaded a short while ago and hadn’t checked to see if there was an update. Going to 8.5.14 has fix the problem. Many thanks!
I’ve not had any other problems with Architect so far … I’ve used it on several sites without problems.
I was beggining to think I’d have to build my own directory (with Tooloset) as none of the others look to be as good as Connections – especially being able to present ‘multiple’ directories.
I imagine I’ll be back in a day or so to get the extensions pack.
Again, Many thanks for helping.
Regards, David04/19/2016 at 10:33 am #373337Steven ZahmKeymaster
Great to hear that 8.5.14 worked for you! Seems my work arounds have worked!
- Headway Base 3.8.8
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