But I noticed I'm getting another error now that, really strangely, is showing up in the theme's search box(!), as follows:
<br /><b>Notice</b>: wp_specialchars is <strong>deprecated</strong> since version 2.8! Use esc_html() instead. in <b>/home/content/17/4421117/html/wp-includes/functions.php</b> on line <b>3573</b><br />
It includes the html code, and did not happen before until I installed and activated the "GTranslate", "Lingotek Translation" and "Polylang" plugins.
Are there conflicts between your plugin and one or both of those other plugins, and/or with the latest version(s) of WP?
By the way, I used to have really good luck with the "Global Translator" plugin; but, with the advent of the latest version(s) of WP and that plugin, it was causing errors similar to the two that I first reported to you above, and they were so severe that I started intermittently getting server errors and being unable to access the blogs at all. I reported them to the creator of the Global Translator plugin on the WP forum, but he has apparently ignored me and is doing nothing to correct the errors(?), so I had to shutdown the plugin [then the errors, and the intermittent inability to access the blogs, stopped entirely, and I and others were then able to get access to the blogs again with no problem(s)].
As worked for someone else as reported on the WP forum for that plugin, I tried backpedaling to an older version of the Global Translator plugin on one of the blogs to test whether or not that would work, but that did not correct the errors for me either, so I had to shut down the plugin again.
So, is the foregoing error associated with your plugin, or something else? And do you know, is and/or are the latest version(s) of WP buggy and causing all kinds of problems like this?
Thank you again, and keep up the good work.
Last edited by Steppen-Wolf
on Wed Feb 24, 2016 12:50 pm, edited 2 times in total.