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    infokult is offline Utente AlterBlog
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    Question Strange warning messages at the bottom of my site

    Hello,

    There are constantly 3 warning messages (all 3 together) at the bottom of my site infokult.altervista.org .
    To solve the problem, I edited some css and php files to try to make the messages disappear, but nothing helped.

    This problem started right after I tried changing the charset of my site (from utf-8 to windows-1250 and others).

    After that, I set it back to UTF-8 again, but the same 3 warnings are still at the bottom.

    I have used recovery mode and option "repair". The "repair" went ok and I thought all problems were solved, but this morning I have noticed the same 3 warning messages at the bottom.

    As I can conclude, these 3 warning messages might be statically written in some file, but I cannot find where.
    (Editing formatting.php file did not help)

    The messages are:

    Warning: htmlspecialchars(): charset `windows-1250' not supported, assuming utf-8 in /membri/infokult/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 3436

    Warning: htmlspecialchars(): charset `ISO-8859-2' not supported, assuming utf-8 in /membri/infokult/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 3436

    Warning: htmlspecialchars(): charset `ISO-8859-4' not supported, assuming utf-8 in /membri/infokult/wp-includes/formatting.php on line 3436

    Thanks in advance!
    Last edited by infokult; 07-30-2019 at 07:09 AM.

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    alemoppo is online now AlterVista Staff
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    It seems to be some plugin to cause this error.
    Turn off one at a time to figure out which one is causing the problem.

    Bye!

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    infokult is offline Utente AlterBlog
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    Quote Originally Posted by alemoppo View Post
    It seems to be some plugin to cause this error.
    Turn off one at a time to figure out which one is causing the problem.

    Bye!

    I deactivated all plugins but it did not solve the issue... Thanks for suggestion anyway. I still don't have an idea how to solve this. I tried everything I could think of.

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    alemoppo is online now AlterVista Staff
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    Quote Originally Posted by infokult View Post
    I have used recovery mode and option "repair". The "repair" went ok and I thought all problems were solved, but this morning I have noticed the same 3 warning messages at the bottom.
    Did you activate the plugins after the repair? Can you try keeping the plugins disabled?

    Bye!

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