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core.fpdb.class.php error
  • I haven't been here in many years. But now I have need of a new blog. Flatpress is the best! Will always be my fav.

    I recycled a template from a previous site and updated it by comparing with the latest version 1.0.3. I replaced a handful of files then tracked down some errors. I thought I had gotten things sorted but then this popped up:

    Strict Standards:  Only variables should be passed by reference in /home/user/public_html/domain/flatpress/fp-includes/core/core.fpdb.class.php on line 302

    It appears when I click on either the year or month in the Archives list.

    I snagged the latest version from github but it was identical to the one already installed.

    Any clues? Do you have a more recent version of that file than the one in git?



  • i have 3 blogs based on Flatpress, only on 1 out of the 3 i have the same exact error, it shows up since several days, i tried to replaced it with older back up but i got the same error on line 289


    anyone knows how to fix it ?
  • to be precise on my Flatpress homepage i got 3 errors:

    Strict Standards: Only variables should be passed by reference in /web/htdocs/ on line 289

    Deprecated: Non-static method StringParser_Node::destroyNode() should not be called statically, assuming $this from incompatible context in /web/htdocs/ on line 356

    Strict Standards: Only variables should be passed by reference in /web/htdocs/ on line 33

  • Hi,

    which PHP version is running on the webspace? If your are on PHP 5.x take a look at this forum entry:

    Flatpress are not running with PHP 7.x.I tried several tests and doing many code experiments, but I never get a workinh solution with PHP 7.
  • Thanks laborix for your reply

    my webserver runs on PHP 5.6.24 ... 
    i have read the the other thread but i doubt that is the case ... in fact the error stared showing up only few days ago ... furthermore i have another Flatpress blog on the same webserver ( maybe one of the larger in Italy) and it has no error, same Flatpress installation
    see the pic

  • the other 2 blogs are as good as before ...
    several days there was a f***er who spammed and add 5 advertiding comments on one of my post ...
    i dont know if is just a coincidence or he maybe the cause of the errors
    what do you think?

  • Please try following:

    Download these files and add "error_reporting(0)" after the first line with "...?php".
    defaults.php - error_reporting(0);
    login.php - error_reporting(0);
    admin/main.php - error_reporting(0);

    After this login in and in the admin area select "Maintain->Rebuild Index". If this doesn't work for you, I would suggest you check all comments in your blog.
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