August 3, 2018 at 21:54 UTC - Views: 36 #55856
hello – i am going through and FINALLY migrating all my weaver-I, weaver-II themes to the new weaver-extreme. the first few went OK, but now i keep getting this message:
<h3>WARNING – Your current settings have NOT been saved!
Your previous settings are unchanged.</h3>
Your host seems to be configured to limit how many input form options you are allowed to use with PHP. This is usually controlled by the PHP max_input_vars configuration setting. The current value of 999999999 is too small for your current WordPress and Weaver Xtreme installation. It should be increased to 1000000999 . Until you increase the value, you cannot save your Weaver Xtreme settings using the Legacy Interface. The Customizer will still work, as will the options on the Save/Restore tab. Your site is still functional.
note that i have this set in my php.ini file: (went from 1k, to 2k, to 10k, and finally to a trillion)
max_input_vars = 999999999
any suggestions?August 3, 2018 at 22:39 UTC - Views: 32 #55857
Not being able to save can come from a combination of installation issues.
Read the article below to review them all, and paste the content of the help page system info box hereAugust 4, 2018 at 00:13 UTC - Views: 30 #55858
Do note that simply setting the max_input_vars value in your php.ini file very seldom has any effect at all. The value is typically really controlled by the hosting company in a higher level setting. You will likely have to contact you hosting tech support to get the value raised.
It is possible there is another issue.August 7, 2018 at 21:32 UTC - Views: 14 #55911
hi bruce –
I have a phpinfo() script that confirms both the Local Value and the Master Value of max_input_vars is set at 2000. It appears that no matter how high Iset this value, xTreme theme keeps asking for more.
If this helps, I am first getting a popup window with the following message:
*** Your Weaver Xtreme Theme settings are not up to date, probably
because you are updating from Weaver Xtreme Version 3 to Version 4.
These settings will now automatically be updated.
please advise.August 7, 2018 at 21:43 UTC - Views: 10 #55912
for whatever this is worth – when i switched back to the old weaver-ii-pro and then switched again to the xTreme, the problem went away.
in other words:
day one: switched from weaver-ii-pro to xTreme
day two: kept seeing the max_max_input error
day three: switched BACK from the xTreme to weaver-ii-pro
day four: switched again from weaver-ii-pro to xTreme.August 7, 2018 at 23:20 UTC - Views: 7 #55916
What version of the theme and the theme support plugin are you using?
Make sure that they are both the latest 4.x versions. a 3.x version of the theme with a 4.x version of the theme support plugin would cause problems.
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