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You say there are stray warning messages appearing on the bottom layers of the brower canvas used to display these web pages here on Herocopia?
 
  
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There is a problem with the current version of mediaWiki we are using on this site.  We think it is causing all the spurious warning message being posted as you navigate from page to page.  It seems to be out of sync with recent underlying software updates to the PHP handler that is maintained by our web provider service company.  We are working on the fix and we are very sorry for the distraction.
  
 
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We have gone through one series of upgrades, and have another, more complicated set still to do.  We are working to finish this work.
'''Warning: Parameter 1 to SMW\MediaWiki\Hooks\HookRegistry::SMW\MediaWiki\Hooks\{closure}() expected to be a reference, value given in /nfs/c08/h02/mnt/171086/domains/herocopia.com/html/includes/Hooks.php on line 195
 
 
 
Warning: Parameter 1 to SMW\MediaWiki\Hooks\HookRegistry::SMW\MediaWiki\Hooks\{closure}() expected to be a reference, value given in /nfs/c08/h02/mnt/171086/domains/herocopia.com/html/includes/Hooks.php on line 19'''
 
 
 
 
 
You would be right that it looks messy.
 
 
 
There is a problem with the current version of mediaWiki we are using on this site.  We think it is do it being out of sync with recent underlying software updates to the PHP handler that is maintained by our web provider service company.  We are working on the fix and we are very sorry for the distraction.
 
  
 
~~ infobroker
 
~~ infobroker

Revision as of 15:50, 31 August 2020

There is a problem with the current version of mediaWiki we are using on this site. We think it is causing all the spurious warning message being posted as you navigate from page to page. It seems to be out of sync with recent underlying software updates to the PHP handler that is maintained by our web provider service company. We are working on the fix and we are very sorry for the distraction.

We have gone through one series of upgrades, and have another, more complicated set still to do. We are working to finish this work.

~~ infobroker