Reported for: WPML Multilingual CMS 3.3.3
Resolved in: 3.3.4
In some Windows server environments, WPML-CMS-NAV and Sticky-Links may throw some warnings.
A warning like this could be shown in some WAMP stacks (Windows + Apache + MySQL + PHP):
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /var/www/vhosts/mydomain.com/httpdocs/wp-content/plugins/wpml-cms-nav/embedded/wpml/commons/src/wpml-auto-loader.php on line 155
This issue will be removed on the next update of both affected plugins.
Meanwhile there are two possible workarounds: both will provide the same result.
Please note that what follows only applies to WPML-CMS-NAV and Sticky Links: don’t use this on other plugins.
- Option one:
- Edit the `plugin.php` file of both WPML-CMS-NAV and Sticky Links
- Remove lines from 17 to 19. E.g.:
require_once 'embedded/wpml/commons/autoloader.php'; $wpml_auto_loader_instance = WPML_Auto_Loader::get_instance(); $wpml_auto_loader_instance->register( WPML_STICKY_LINKS_PATH . '/' );
- Option two: add a subfolder called “classes” to the root of both WPML-CMS-NAV and Sticky Links plugin folders