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I’m getting lots of PHP errors in my error log file –
[05-Jun-2013 21:54:42 UTC] WordPress database error Data too long for column ‘option_name’ at row 1 for query INSERT INTO ‘ft_options’ (‘option_name’, ‘option_value’, ‘autoload’) VALUES (‘_transient_timeout_Choices_tweetcache_id_flexitimeteam_tweetbox-2’, ‘1370471082’, ‘no’) ON DUPLICATE KEY UPDATE ‘option_name’ = VALUES(‘option_name’), ‘option_value’ = VALUES(‘option_value’), …
The value _transient_timeout_Choices_tweetcache_id_flexitimeteam_tweetbox-2 appears to be too long for the 64 byte field. Any idea how I can stop these errors?
I’d recommend to deactivate the widget. Twitter will shutdown the current api on June 11 ( http://www.mediabistro.com/alltwitter/twitter-delays-api-shutdown_b41602 ) and our widget does not support the new api. Thus the widget won’t work after June 11 anyway. You can use a plugin like http://wordpress.org/plugins/twitter-widget-pro/ which supports the new api. Because the new authentication process is very complex we decided that we won’t bundle a twitter widget with the theme anymore and we’ll remove it with the next update.
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