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[Resolved] error after update to 1.3.23: strpos(): empty needle in /media.php on line 1088

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  • #166565
    Sven

    Hi Tom,

    yesterday I updated my GP-theme as you published a new version. Since then I encounter an error on my front page (where I use sections):

    “Warning: strpos(): Empty needle in /homepages/sven-koeck.de/wp-includes/media.php on line 1088”

    There appear 6 lines of identical content.

    I deactivated all plugins and GP Premium and GP-add ons. My start page uses sections so I only activated GP Premium with add-ons (sections only) and tada: the error appears!

    Could you please take a look at your theme files (especially media.php)? I appreciate your answer!

    Best regards,
    Sven

    http://www.sven-koeck.de

    #166566
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi there,

    media.php is actually a WordPress file, and 1.3.23 has been out since December 21.

    What version of GP Premium are you using?

    Can you try #1 on this page to see if it’s another plugin causing the issue?: https://generatepress.com/knowledgebase/debugging/

    #166572
    Sven

    GP Premium 1.2.74

    #166573
    Sven

    I have deactivated ALL plugins and only activated GP PREMIUM and SECTIONS –> error!

    WP: 4.4.1

    #166577
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Can you try updating to the latest version of GP Premium (1.2.79)?

    #166636
    Sven

    GP premium updated to 1.2.79 –> error persists

    (please also notice my personal mail to you concerning activating email)

    #166650
    Sven

    Hi Tom,

    I installed Theme Twenty Sixteen and changed into live-preview. There were some error messages:

    error messages at the start of live-preview

    Perhaps they’re the problem and you can interpret an correct them?

    Sven

    #166651
    Sven
    #166661
    Sven

    Solved it!!!

    I’m using the Lighweight Grid Column plug-in. I had eight images with class-attributes ==> 8 error lines.

    First I suspected the LGC-plug-in, but it were the class-attributes to the corresponding images… deleted one ==> 7 error lines.

    Deleted all class-attributes… and the error is gone! 🙂

    Do you have an explanation for that beahaviour? Or at least a suspicion?

    Sven

    #166721
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    That is very strange – typically, HTML errors shouldn’t create PHP warnings/errors.

    Either way, I’m glad it’s fixed now 🙂

    #167113
    Marco

    For me this error is still present:

    “Warning: strpos() [function.strpos]: Empty needle in /home/depende/public_html/wp-includes/media.php on line 1088”

    If I return to this line in 1088 ($src_matched &&) in media.php from “false” to “true” the error error disappears…

    // If the file name is part of thesrc`, we’ve confirmed a match.
    if ( ! $src_matched && true !== strpos( $image_src, $dirname . $image[‘file’] ) ) {
    $src_matched = true;
    }

    Any suggestions?

    #167145
    Sven

    Hi Marco,

    on my blog page (as well as in the posts itselves) that error message appears above the featured image any time I use too small images…

    I have set the basic width of any featured image in my posts to 1200×800, so the error appears after using images which are smaller. As soon as I use larger images, the error disappears!

    Hope that can probably help you!?

    Sven

    #167163
    Marco

    Hi Marco,

    on my blog page (as well as in the posts itselves) that error message appears above the featured image any time I use too small images…

    I have set the basic width of any featured image in my posts to 1200×800, so the error appears after using images which are smaller. As soon as I use larger images, the error disappears!

    Hope that can probably help you!?

    Sven

    Hi Sven, because on pages 4 and 5 of your site I see this error again?
    See: http://sven-koeck.de/blog/page/4

    #167184
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    It seems some others are having this issue as well: https://wordpress.org/support/topic/warning-strpos-empty-needle-above-images

    I’m wondering if it’s a WordPress 4.4 issue? I haven’t experienced it yet on any of my sites. Maybe it’s server related?

    #167207
    Marco

    I think so, it started with 4.4.1… any workaround for now?

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