Tagged: pro pack
- December 14, 2015 at 6:15 PM #36804
I’ve uploaded the pro pack into wordpress, but when I go to activate it, it comes up with this:
Fatal error: Class ‘SLPlus_BaseClass_Object’ not found in /home/saraya/public_html/lakanto.ca/wp-content/plugins/slp-pro/include/class.admin.reports.php on line 22
What should I do from hereDecember 15, 2015 at 5:57 PM #36845
What is your Plugin Environment? What versions are you running? What version of SLP are you running? If you are trying to load ProPAck 4.3.xx with SLP version 4.2 or below it wont work.
Please refer to the Posting Guidelines at the top of the forum for the requested information in order to assist youDecember 15, 2015 at 8:02 PM #36847
What is your Plugin Environment?
Home URL: http://www.lakanto.com
Site URL: http://www.lakanto.com
WP Version: 4.3.1
WP Multisite Enabled: No
Web Server: Apache
PHP Version: 5.4.42
MySQL Version: 5.5.46
Suhosin Installed: No
Max Input Vars: Your “max_input_vars” setting is set to 1000.
Max Execution Time: Your “max_execution_time” setting (30)
PHP Memory Limit: 256MB
WP Memory Limit: Your WP memory limit (40MB)
WP Max Upload Size: Your WP upload limit (8MB)
WP Transport Protocols: Available transport protocols: cURL, PHP Streams, PHP fsockopen().
Disabled transfer protocols: none.
Permalink Structure: Permalink structure is in order.
What version of SLP are you running?
Pro PackDecember 15, 2015 at 9:11 PM #36849
Suggestion that I gleaned from what the developer responded to someone else about similar error : You are either running out of disk space or someone changed the permissions on your plugin directory(ies) and it is not allowing the plugin files to be updated.
Also, It appears you have some other server issues or conflict. I did a quick look using the Chrome Developers Tool and Inspect Element and clicking on Console, there are three fails , (they are not part of SLP).
So I am guessing you need to refer to a couple of spots under Troubleshooting, about the Installation Issues Server and Permissions
P.S. I always find that the debugger trick under Troubleshooting is a useful tool
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