January 30, 2015 at 11:24 pm #18348
I’ve not seen this before. New site install. The text below appeared. It showed up above a basic version of the logged-in black top bar with only some dashboard items on page-left in a black backgound, no other main rightside content. I deleted the MySQL database, Deleted WordPress and pointed the domain name to my server root folder then set up a new database, installed WP with FTP. Pointed the domain name to the renamed WP folder and set up the config file with an apparent successful set-up. Then updated the WP files, then uploaded Canvas. The Error text still appears. I have found the relevant interface.php file but have no idea what, if anything I can do with it.
Any assistance would be most appreciated thanks.
Warning: mysql_real_escape_string(): No such file or directory in /homepages/1/d462833723/htdocs/humberseaanglingclub/wp-content/themes/canvas/functions/admin-interface.php on line 111
Warning: mysql_real_escape_string(): A link to the server could not be established in /homepages/1/d462833723/htdocs/humberseaanglingclub/wp-content/themes/canvas/functions/admin-interface.php on line 111
—————————————————————–January 31, 2015 at 11:09 am #18352January 31, 2015 at 2:11 pm #18354
I’ve scrapped the lot again, downloaded the latest WP files to upload to my server, new database etc. It’s now live & hopefully no unfamiliar lines of warning text.
I would be interested to know if you’ve seen the above error message and what might have caused it for future reference.
Nigel.January 31, 2015 at 2:28 pm #18355
A successful install until I uploaded and activated canvas theme. This is what’s causing the error warning as per http://www.nigels.mobi/errorscreenshot.docx
The theme is Canvas Version: 5.2.5
My first two attempts were with WordPress3.6 then now with WordPress 4.1
I figure that I’m now stuck.
Any and all help will be most welcome.
Nigel.February 2, 2015 at 12:29 pm #18373
It sounds like a server issue to me – who are you hosting with?
JamieFebruary 2, 2015 at 4:48 pm #18376
Your favourite, – 1and1 :-)
The fault is not currently showing and all looks well so fingers crossed it was a glitch on their side and it’s now fixed. I was getting a bit frustrated because the client needs admin access & I didn’t want to give them all that warning stuff on their screen.
I’ll let you know if it happens again.
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