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  • #7554

    I turned on Debug and see the following:

    Notice: Undefined index: page in /home/mysite/public_html/wp-content/themes/newscast/framework/theme_plugins/kriesi_option_pages/kriesi_option_pages.php on line 33

    Notice: Undefined index: std in /home/mysite/public_html/wp-content/themes/newscast/framework/theme_plugins/kriesi_option_pages/kriesi_option_pages.php on line 85

    Notice: Undefined variable: k_option_std in /home/mysite/public_html/wp-content/themes/newscast/framework/theme_plugins/kriesi_option_pages/kriesi_option_pages.php on line 94

    Notice: Undefined variable: pageinfo in /home/mysite/public_html/wp-content/themes/newscast/framework/theme_plugins/kriesi_menu_manager/kriesi_menu_display.php on line 12

    Not sure what all this means….

    #58415

    Hi,

    Is there an actual problem or are you just wondering what this means? It’s possible there are some leftovers from previous versions in the code or maybe your debugger isn’t reading other previously included files.

    #58416

    I was wondering what it meant. I will try to install the latest version and see if those files indicate problems. I was trying to troubleshoot to get rid of them and understand what is undefined.

    #58417

    The reason is that Kriesi didn’t define all arrays properly (this methode doesn’t cause any bugs or drawbacks but php tells the developer that some arrays are unknown before they’re used in the script). It’s just a notice and won’t affect you in any way.

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