On preview or installation of the WooPress theme, the following occurs:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /(…)/wp-content/themes/woopress/framework/theme-functions.php on line 3010
I understand this may be a php version error, however I have checked the host and our php is
5.4.27 which according to your specs and documentation for this theme should be fine.
I am running the latest WordPress version, on a fresh install. In fact I repeated this installation a couple of times to ensure it was not ‘user’ error.
Please advise, at the moment the product does not work for me.
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If you use PHP 5.3 or higher, but still see the error, please, provide admin panel and FTP accesses in Private Content area.
Hi I’m experiencing this same problem. If i go on my server php the version is 5.3.29 but if i check the system wit woocommerce plugin the php version is 5.2.17. What i’ve to do?Site URL: hidden Theme version: Woopress 1.2 WooCommerce version: 2.3.5
I’d get a refund (I did).
The documentation is either wrong, or there is a systemic issue with the theme. I’ve had dozens of other themes test fine on the install, but this one has a problem.
As mentioned, my PHP was above the required specs and the issue still occurs. It does not look like the rep here read my first post properly.
The theme looked great but I can’t afford undocumented behaviours and support like this.
Hello I am having a similar problem:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /var/www…wp-content/themes/woopress/framework/theme-functions.php on line 3053
And yes my php version is higher than 5.3. its 5.6
How can I fix that?
I am having the same error as well.
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION
Please check private content for full details.
My hosting PHP version 5.4.43Site URL: hidden Theme version: 2.1 WooCommerce version: 2.4.5
Phpinfo shows that php version is 5.2:
So please ask your hosting provider to update it.
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