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PHP Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/security/public_html/libs/html1.php on line 308

How do i patch this Error.

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    Is something not functioning? Warning messages are not errors, they are just warnings and usually don't cause something to become nonfunctional.

    | Posted 17 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

    As ChuckRoast said, this a warning and does not affect the execution of the script; It only fills the error log.

    NOTE: please state the Pligg version and if you have the sidebar categories module installed.

    From the code in \libs\htm1.php, it is related to the categories you have. The query in the code will always have a result, even if the user_category in the users table is not set, the result is an empty string and the query to get all categories will execute with no warnings.

    The WHERE condition in the query "where category__auto_id>0" must return at least 1 result, because the original installed category table includes:

    category__auto_id = 0 for "All"

    and category__auto_id = 1 for "News"

    Something must have been changed in the category table. Check it out and see what are the categories listed and if their category__auto_id is correct (above 0) and let us know.

    | Posted 16 days ago | Permalink | Hide Replies

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