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    Heads up

    I'm sure you are aware of it, but the last couple of days have yielded me a number of what appear to be PHP errors. When I get my subscription email and click on the link, I just get a bunch of errors with the header and nothing on the page. When I navigate into different forums, sometimes content shows up and other times it doesn't and shows more errors. Appears someone has updated some code and perhaps missed a bracket or something somewhere. This is the error:

    Warning: Illegal string offset 'name' in [path]/includes/functions.php on line 6988

    Warning: session_start(): Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at [path]/includes/class_core.php:5615) in [path]/includes/facebook/facebook.php on line 37

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    It's been this way for several weeks

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    Yeah, there are times I can't even get the site to load, just the errors. Is anyone looking at this? It is getting a little annoying trying to read posts and the "new posts" icon doesn't work most of the time, nor do the email notification links.

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    Hey guys yes we are aware of this problem. Unfortunately I dont know how to fix it.
    If anyone knows, or can reccomend someone who can help that would be great.
    As you may know I have been working on relaunching the site with a wordpress host.
    I hope the new site will be ready soon, making this problem irrelevant.
    Sorry for the inconvienence.

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    Hey guys yes we are aware of this problem. Unfortunately I dont know how to fix it.
    If anyone knows, or can reccomend someone who can help that would be great.
    As you may know I have been working on relaunching the site with a wordpress host.
    I hope the new site will be ready soon, making this problem irrelevant.
    Sorry for the inconvienence.

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    I've done a lot of PHP coding in my time and I can say it is likely very simple. A misplaced or missing bracket is likely the cause. Do you code PHP directly, or do you use a web editor that creates the code for you?

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