Saturday, August 8, 2020

Porting Leggero to Responsive web design

Porting the Flatpress 1.0.3 integrated Leggero theme to a Responsive web design and HTML 5 compatibility. Tried today a few test with the W3C Unicorn and all seems to be ok.

Flatpress is alive :D

Sunday, July 19, 2020

Flatpress and PHP 8.0 Alpha 2

It seems that with the new planned PHP 8.0 version, some things have to be adapted in Flatpress. Many small bugs in the “shared”-Templates and other inconsistencies in the “core”-PHP-Code like

PHP Warning:
Trying to access array offset on value of type null in …

PHP Warning:
Undefined variable … in …

I should also mention in passing, that a porting of Flatpress 1.0.3 to PHP 8 compatibility is very extensive. Actually more than expected, but time will tell how it will go on. It is very interesting that the integrated Smarty Engine under PHP 8.0 alpha 2 does not throw any bugs, it just works :D

Monday, December 30, 2019

Old Support Forum as Archive available again

Very interesting, since December 28, 2019 the old Flatpress Support Forum is online again, but only for reading.

A great thing, because there you can get a lot of Information and Solutions which make the work with Flatpress in some cases easier ;)

Take a look here:
» https://forum.flatpress.org/archive/

Saturday, November 30, 2019

New PHP 7.4 Errors by testing

During some further tests under PHP 7.4rc6 two new PHP errors occurred:

The first one:

PHP Fatal error: Requested panel does not exists! in …

and independently thereof the second

PHP Notice: Trying to access array offset on value of type null in …

Let’s have a look and see if it will fixed.

Please note:
PHP 7.4 is expected to be released in late November 2019 and the FlatPress 1.1 “Da capo” release from February 2019 is not running on PHP 7.4 yet :(

Sunday, November 17, 2019

PHP 7.4rc6 Test

This weekend I tested the current Flatpress 1.1 “Da capo” under PHP 7.4rc6. Unfortunately there were errors, which are visible again with every new page request.

This error occurs in three core files:

Deprecated: Array and string offset access syntax with curly braces is deprecated in…