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08/01/2016 at 3:29 am #385045David HefezParticipant
I’m getting the following errors on my site and I’m not sure why. I’ve deactivated cmap for the moment as they are visible front end. I’ve updated Connections and Cmap to the latest version and have just updated WordPress to the latest version as well but it didn’t fix it. The site is http://acenights.com.au.
Notice: Undefined index: name_color in /s101-2/home6/acenights/wp-content/plugins/connections-cmap/cmap.php on line 552
Notice: Undefined index: label_color in /s101-2/home6/acenights/wp-content/plugins/connections-cmap/cmap.php on line 566
Notice: Undefined index: link_color in /s101-2/home6/acenights/wp-content/plugins/connections-cmap/cmap.php on line 572
Notice: Undefined index: tray_link_color in /s101-2/home6/acenights/wp-content/plugins/connections-cmap/cmap.php on line 584
David08/01/2016 at 10:25 am #385074Steven ZahmKeymaster
Probably the first thing you should do, as a best practice, on a live site is to disable the PHP notices. Read this blog post to learn more on how to do this.
To get rid of the notices, you have a couple options…
- I just updated cMap to 5.2.1 which has a new check in place to prevent the PHP notices for those indexes.
- Go to the Connections : Templates admin page and click the Customize button for cMap. This will load the Template Customizer for cMap on the left and a preview on the right. Click the back arrow in the upper left of the Customizer and then click the Style panel. Make any random change to the colors and then Click the Save and Publish button. You can then undo the change and save again. This will make sure the missing values are saved and you will not longer get the PHP notices.
Hope that helps. Apologies for the trouble!08/05/2016 at 3:14 am #385581David HefezParticipant
Thank you, the blog post seems to have fixed the problem.
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