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  • #4826

    I just installed the theme and am encountering an error message that is displayed at the top of the page when I view the site.

    It reads:

    Warning: preg_match_all() [function.preg-match-all]: Compilation failed: unrecognized character after (?< at offset 3 in /nfs/c02/h12/mnt/29739/domains/newsite.sweetstuffstudios.com/html/wp-content/themes/velvet/framework/php/function-set-avia-frontend.php on line 777

    class=”page page-id-7 page-template page-template-default logged-in boxed Firefox Firefox?”>

    Thanks for your help!

    -Sharon

    #47639

    Hey,

    which php and wp version do you use? Velvet requires Php 5+ and WP 3.1+.

    #47640

    Yep, WordPress 3.1.3 and PHP Version 5.2.14…

    #47641

    I’m experiencing the same problem. Running PHP 5.2.14. Tried with WordPress 3.2, 3.1.4 and 3.1.3 and the error occurs on all versions. Thanks in advance for your assistance.

    #47642

    Just wondering if there was any update on this or if you are looking into it.

    Thanks for your help!

    #47643

    Hey,

    All we can do is check if you’re running the most recent releases. The problem shouldn’t occur when you freshly install the theme. Are you running any plugins or have you modified anything?

    #47644

    Ok, just tested this on a fresh installation of WordPress 3.2, absolutely no plugins or any modifications of any kind. I haven’t even made any posts other than “Hello world”. The server is running PHP 5.2.14.

    http://test.sweetstuffstudios.com

    I am still getting the preg_match_all() error in both Firefox and Safari (Mac).

    I don’t see this error when viewing your demo site…

    Thanks for any help or suggestions you might have.

    #47645

    The error says

    unrecognized character after (?< at offset 3 in function-set-avia-frontend.php on line 777

    #47646

    We’re also having the same issue. We’re running everything off a fresh installation, latest version of WordPress 3.2, PHP5+, no modifications whatsoever or plugins installed… and we still get the exact same error.

    Looking forward to getting your support on this issue, thanks.

    #47647

    Hey,

    I’ll report it to Kriesi – maybe it’s a bug or the errors occur with a certain configuration only….

    #47648

    Any updates on this issue? We essentially can’t move forward on building a site with this template without a fix first.

    #47649

    Hey guys! I wasn’t able to reproduce the bug, could any of you send me login data to your wordpress backend, as well as to your FTP account so I can take a look at it myself?

    Please also include a link to this thread so I know what the mail is about :)

    Best regards

    Kriesi

    #47650

    Hi Kriesi,

    I just sent you FTP access information (via your site’s feedback form) so you can troubleshoot from my test installation of Velvet. Thanks for looking into this for us.

    Lawson

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