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  • #60528

    howardshippin
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    After the latest updates of WordPress, the Weaver Xtreme theme and Weaver theme support plugin, my weaver xtreme child theme is giving a fatal error.

    <b>Fatal error</b>: Call to undefined function weaverx_end_body() in <b>/home1/nswas/public_html/sfpeace.org/wp-content/themes/weaver_xtreme_child/footer.php</b> on line <b>159</b>

    Line 159 is at the end of the file – weaverx_end_body();

    The site is   http://sfpeace.org/

    As far as I remember, it’s showing the entire footer area and widgets.

     

     

    #60532

    scrambler
    Moderator

    @weaver will need to look at that but he is away right now

    #60536

    howardshippin
    Participant

    okay thanks, just replying so I can set email notifications.

    #60544

    Weaver
    Keymaster

    As far as I know (and can confirm on older versions), Weaver Xtreme has never had a function called weaverx_end_body(). This must have been something you defined as part of your child theme in the custom footer.php file.

    The last few lines of the theme’s standard footer.php file are:

    wp_footer();
    
    weaverx_masonry( 'invoke-code' );
    ?>
    </body>
    </html>

    I don’t know what extra things you may have attempted to do using a custom weaverx_end_body() function. So somehow, part of your child theme has been changed or lost.

    Edit: After looking at the output of your site, it seems that the error message may have been there a long time without you noticing it. Perhaps this is an old problem, and not a new one because the final look of the site doesn’t seem much broken.

    #60545

    howardshippin
    Participant

    Thanks @weaver.  I compared the original footer.php with the one in the child theme and there are indeed many additions (somebody else worked on it) – however removing that line doesn’t seem to adversely affect anything so I’ve taken it out.

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