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Fatal error: Call to a member function is_page() on a non-object in /home/url/public_html/wp-include

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    Active Citizenship
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    @conectcahul

    I just followed the instructions for the automatic WP update and suddenly I cant access my site at all??

    All I get is that fatal error message.

    Ouch!

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  • Avatar of Active Citizenship
    Active Citizenship
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    @conectcahul

    BTW, I’m using wordpress 3.0.1. I’m totally stuck. I’ve found some discussions online regarding this error message but they’re way to technical for me to even begin to understand. If there’s a solution can somebody please walk me through it?

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    arnisraido
    Member

    @arnisraido

    Hi!

    I have also updated WordPress to latest 3.0.1. by using auto update. And got the same problem.
    Did You fixed it?

    What I did – just commented /wp-includes/query.php line 419: set
    `return $wp_query->is_page( $page );`
    to
    `//return $wp_query->is_page( $page );`

    at least, page works for now.

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    Virtuali
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    @gunju2221

    To fix the error message, at-least for now, delete the buddypress plugin, then re-install it. Sometimes updates can screw up plugins. (especially a major plugin like buddypress)

    In the future, deactivate such plugins to avoid this.

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    avinanrey
    Member

    @avinanrey

    I am also facing the same problem.
    geting this error -> Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 30720 bytes) in /home/*/public_html*/*/wp-content/themes/*/includes/theme-post-types.php on line 28

    I can’t even able to open my site. :-(
    and how to delete this F**kin Plugin. please tell me. i cant even login to my admin. i hv 3.0.2.

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    Leo Plaw
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    @leoplaw

    @avinanrey just log onto your server via FTP, and rename the BuddyPress plugin directory, or delete it. This works for any malfunctioning plugin. It will be immediately disabled.

    I have come across the same error with WP 3.1 beta 1. Apparently WordPress normally ignores this error.

    Fatal error: Call to a member function is_page() on a non-object in /public_html/wp-includes/query.php on line 419

    But the issue lies with the plugin.

    http://wordpress.org/news/2010/11/wordpress-3-1-beta-1/

    So BuddyPress needs to fixed.

    We’re aware of the is_page() issue with WP 3.1

    @avinanrey keep your language polite.

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    armandmorin
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    @armandmorin

    Is there a fix for this?

    I can’t install without getting this error.

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