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  • jansummers
    Member

    @jansummers

    Hi, can anyone help me with the following warning message (page) that comes up when a user tries to change their password?

    Warning: call_user_func_array() [function.call-user-func-array]: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, ‘notification_profile_edit’ was given in /home/zeitgei1/public_html/forum/bb-includes/backpress/functions.plugin-api.php on line 341 Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/zeitgei1/public_html/forum/bb-includes/backpress/functions.plugin-api.php:341) in /home/zeitgei1/public_html/forum/bb-includes/functions.bb-pluggable.php on line 232

    the site uses a custom theme but changing themes doesn’t fix the issue either.

    any help appreciated, thanks

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  • kevinjohngallagher
    Member

    @kevinjohngallagher

    Hi jansummers,

    You’re bbPress install has content being sent to the browser before all the processing is finished.

    9/10 this comes from a ‘new line’ at the end of a user created php file (theme or plugin).

    The fact you’re getting this error via the Plugin API strongly suggests such an issue is with a plugin. Have you edited one? have you got a new one installed recently?

    Without more info, the only suggestion we have can give is this:

    1) Change back to the default theme and see if it the bug still occurs.

    2) Start deactivating plugins one at a time and see if it still occurs.

    3) If you’re using the default theme and all plugins are deactivated, try re-uploading bbpress. Its unlikely that’ll make any difference, but its covering your bases :)


    jansummers
    Member

    @jansummers

    cheers kevin – turning off post notification fixed the issue – i re-installed that plug-in – re activate and everything seems fine now …………. thank-you very much!

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