November 7, 2020 at 16:03 UTC - Views: 23 #65919scfladminParticipant
Immediately after updating, all pages come up with the following message: “<b>Notice</b>: Constant WP_MEMORY_LIMIT already defined in <b>/home/customer/www…</b>”
I disabled all plugins, same message. The message disappears on normal pages, and is only left visible on the plugins page. I flags in php_errorlog file.
Restored the previous theme version and it eliminates the message.
Clearly an issue with the theme.
NOTE: I am hosted on SiteGround if that matters, but all plugins had been disabled and left with only the latest version of WP as of 11/7/20November 7, 2020 at 16:23 UTC - Views: 22 #65921WeaverKeymaster
That is not enough information to help. There should be more to the message that includes the name of a file with the message.
We use Siteground as our host, and don’t have that as in issue. And by the plugins page, do you mean the plugins menu from the dashboard?
We had another person report a similar issue with already defined WP constants on Weaver 4.3.9 vs 4.4, so there may be some issue.November 7, 2020 at 16:28 UTC - Views: 21 #65922Private ReplyWeaverKeymasterThis reply has been marked as private.November 9, 2020 at 13:39 UTC - Views: 13 #65972Private ReplyscfladminParticipantThis reply has been marked as private.November 9, 2020 at 17:17 UTC - Views: 16 #65977scramblerModerator
Never post a password on a public site that is the best way to get your site hacked, as robots scan websites for that kind of information all the time…
I made your post private, but the best is to send the site and credentials to weaver at the email he gave you, and delete it from your post.November 9, 2020 at 17:24 UTC - Views: 7 #65978Private ReplyWeaverKeymasterThis reply has been marked as private.
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