Using Virtue Premium 4.6.0, upgrading to PHP 7 (from 5.5) results in the following errors:
Warning: Use of undefined constant AUTH_KEY – assumed ‘AUTH_KEY’ (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /www1/8c5/—–/web/wp-content/themes/virtue_premium/themeoptions/inc/class.redux_instances.php on line 67
Warning: Use of undefined constant SECURE_AUTH_KEY – assumed ‘SECURE_AUTH_KEY’ (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /www1/8c5/——/web/wp-content/themes/virtue_premium/themeoptions/inc/class.redux_instances.php on line 67
As an ftp user of only moderate ability, I think it’s this line: $array[‘key’] = md5( AUTH_KEY . SECURE_AUTH_KEY );
I’ve downgraded to PHP 5.6 and all works fine. Should I stick with that or is there something I can do to make 7 work?
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