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09-07-2009, 10:39 PM
Hi Guys,

I have been getting these codes while I was trying to update my blogs and I don't know how to get if fix. these are the codes;

Warning: str_split() [function.str-split]: The length of each segment must be greater than zero in /home/acnetrea/public_html/efficienthomeenergysavingorg/wp-content/plugins/wp-to-twitter/wp-to-twitter.php on line 380

Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/acnetrea/public_html/efficienthomeenergysavingorg/wp-content/plugins/wp-to-twitter/wp-to-twitter.php:380) in /home/acnetrea/public_html/efficienthomeenergysavingorg/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 865

Would it be possible for someone here to point me to where I can see a step by step procedure on how I can fix it?

Thanks a lot,

09-07-2009, 11:19 PM
The first error is that the script is trying to split a variable that either
doesn't exist, or has length of zero, so it cannot be split.

The second error is a result of the first error ... it displays some text (the error message) and
that causes the "headers already sent".

Fix the first error.

How to fix it?
That's another problem.
Without total access to your files, no way it can be done.
You'll have to hire someone or trust someone enough to have
total website file access. Someone that knows enough about PHP
to find and fix the problem. It could be an incorrect plugin installation,
the wrong version of WP for that plugin, or any number of other things.


09-08-2009, 12:05 AM
Thanks Mlseim... good to hear from you again...

So now I have to hire someone that can really go into my cpanel and get this scripts or problems that is creating all this. It has been happening with one site only which is the acnetreatmentremedies.com and .net.

Do you have any idea of how much I am looking at by fixing this which is in about 3 sites which are getting almost the same message/scripts

Thanks again

09-08-2009, 12:16 AM
Ask from support on the relevant WordPress area, first, then go the professional route.

09-08-2009, 04:21 AM
1) Julie, write down all 3 versions of WP and the specific requirements
for that plug-in. Make sure the plug-in is acceptable for your WP versions.

2) If the versions all seem to be OK, try checking some WP forums and see
if others are or were having the same problem.

3) Let us know what your WP versions are and where you found the plug-in.

4) After milling over your version and plug-in sources, we might come up with
some ideas for you.

09-08-2009, 09:25 PM
Thanks very much for the advice and I will do that right away... I think those plug ins are compatible but I goof up when uploading it.
Anyways, I 'll check it out and the forums too about WP.