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  • #66698
    mohammed Alazzawi
    Anonymous

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/thebeautysecrets/public_html/wp-content/plugins/responsive-menu-pro/app/Licensing/Check.php on line 339

    #66710
    Peter Featherstone
    Peter Featherstone
    Participant

    Hey Mohammed,

    Have you added a License key yet to the License option?

    Please advise

    Peter

    #66709
    mohammed Alazzawi
    Anonymous

    yes i added and its valid

    #66708
    Peter Featherstone
    Peter Featherstone
    Participant

    Hey Mohammed,

    And do you still get the message?

    Just to reiterate it’s not an error message but a warning and not one I am getting myself.

    Please let me know

    Peter

    #66707
    mohammed Alazzawi
    Anonymous

    I`m still seeing the error even the tho the licence key is valid, however this error is causing another error in the search field of my products, please look into the code and tell me how to correct it.

    private function convert_object_to_array( $data ) {
    $new_data = array();
    foreach ( $data as $key => $value ) {
    $new_data[ $key ] = $value;
    }

    return $new_data;
    }

    #66706
    Peter Featherstone
    Peter Featherstone
    Participant

    Hey Mohammed,

    Does it tell you what is in the $data variable being passed in?

    It’s quite hard for me to debug this as I don’t see this happening my end.

    Please advise

    Peter

    #66705
    mohammed Alazzawi
    Anonymous

    its obviously checking the licence data!

    #66704
    mohammed Alazzawi
    Anonymous

    is there any information on the code you need so we can fix this?

    #66703
    Peter Featherstone
    Peter Featherstone
    Participant

    Hey mohammed,

    Why do you say it’s obviously checking the license data? Can you see that in the error output itself?

    Are you able to provide me a login to your site so I can check it as I am unable to replicate this myself my end and haven’t had this error from anyone else so it’s strange.

    What version of the plugin are you running?

    Please advise

    Peter

    #66702
    mohammed Alazzawi
    Anonymous

    well its so strange to me too, i mean i really value this plugin and i love it! but its causing a search error in my products search, i have disabled every other plugin and it seems like this plugin is for sure causing it, however i`m using 3.1.22 version of it, i cant really give you an access but this error appears in my plugins page, im guessing the code is to convert data to arrays, maybe the code needs some adjustments to work better. please let me know what can i provide you with.

    although when i used to have the unlicensed version, i didn’t receive this error.

    thank you

    #66701
    Peter Featherstone
    Peter Featherstone
    Participant

    Hey mohammed,

    This is very strange and quite a hard one to debug without having access to your admin to check.

    I really want to help you too but struggling to work out how to debug it as I haven’t had this reported before and I’m not seeing it so it’s a strange issue.

    Can you try entering your license again and hitting enter to see if that kicks it back into gear?

    Please let me know

    Peter

    #66700
    mohammed Alazzawi
    Anonymous

    i think the error is gone, i just clicked add licence key and its worked.

    Thank you!

    #66699
    Peter Featherstone
    Peter Featherstone
    Participant

    Hey mohammed,

    Excellent. Thanks for being patient!

    All the best

    Peter

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