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01/15/2019 at 10:21 pm #481772Rebecca HagenParticipant
I am receiving the following warning on a live website:
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in
/home/content/83/12215383/html/wp-content/plugins/connections/includes/class.retrieve.php on line 709
here is the website and page: https://pinellascma.org/members/
I have seen this error frequently in the forum. The data is pretty clean now, so I don’t know what is generating this warning, or why it doesn’t fail more gracefully (test the data before executing the foreach). As far as I can tell, the actual search results appear pretty complete.
Using PHP 5.6, the most recent version of WP, and the cMap template.
Attachments:You must be logged in to view attached files.01/16/2019 at 12:06 am #481778Steven ZahmKeymaster
RE: I have seen this error frequently in the forum
An update which addresses this warning was released earlier today, please navigate to the WordPress Plugins admin page and update to 8.36.1.
Once in a great while testing does not cover a scenario in which an warning might be issued by PHP makes thru to release. A quick search of the forums shows about 20 instances over roughly 5 years with most posts being from multiple users for the same occurrence.
I do my best to make sure that none ever slip through but it does happen. I apologize for the trouble and inconvenience this has caused you!
The best solution to ensure PHP errors and warnings are not displayed publicly. This is considered to be a best practice for live websites.
Here’s a link to a tutorial which you can use to ensure these are not publicly displayed:
Hope this helps! Again, apologies for the trouble!01/16/2019 at 9:14 am #481839Rebecca HagenParticipant
Steven: Thanks for your blindingly fast response, and the quick update. This repaired the issue. Definitely a sign of professionalism in your work.01/16/2019 at 9:53 am #481845Steven ZahmKeymaster
Thanks! I do endeavor to resolve issues as quickly as I can when they are encountered.
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