After updating the theme today I can no longer do any admin functions because of this error:
<b>Warning</b>: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/grassfedorlando/public_html/wp-content/themes/foodfarm/foodfarm/inc/admin/settings/settings.php:1) in <b>/home/grassfedorlando/public_html/wp-includes/pluggable.php</b> on line <b>1174</b>
It’s always related to inc/admin/settings/settings.php
I’m using the header style you no longer show in your demos. The one that had the goat on the demo page. is that one no longer supported now that you replaced it? Do I need to go back to the older version just to be able to log in again?
I believe my site is using PHP ver 5.4, in case that matters.
Sorry for inconvenient.
I’m working on it to find out the reason because it works fine on our site.
It would be appreciated if you can provide FTP info, your website link, and admin account. Just keep the backup version too.
I have replaced the file with the old version for now and the site is working, (but all new header options that were added aren’t available in admin options I’m sure.) I need the site to be running this week for my client, but will re-upload the new file next week for you to see.
My best guess is something in the new file is not compatible with my PHP version, 5.4. What version PHP are you running for yours?
I’m using Php version 5.5.38
If you could run a test environment where your site is running PHP version 5.4 I bet you may encounter the same issues.
I will look into upgrading my server to version 5.5 next week and see if that helps. But for now I cannot touch the site until the client has a look. Thanks for your interest in fixing the problem.
I will try to test with PHP version 5.4
After upgrade PHP version, please let me know if this is fixed or not.
As your guess, this work fine with PHP 5.5 or higher and cause error in 5.4 version.
In order to fix problem after updating, you can replace the file settings.php in attachment with wp-content\themes\foodfarm\inc\admin\settings\settings.php file.
ArrowPress Team1 year, 7 months ago AliciaStellaParticipant
Did you say you attached the file? I do not see an attachment. Where do I download new “settings.php” to replace?
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