Site crashes after last update

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    Since I last updated the Event Organiser Plugin, the browser don’t shows the content of pages where I used shortcodes. It works when I deactivate the Event Organiser Plugin.

    Its looking like this:

    Jerom Pathipat

    Hi Jerom,

    Which shortcode are you using? Do you have access your site’s error logs. is there a relevant error message?

    If you’re not sure how to access your error logs, try adding

    define( 'WP_DEBUG', true );
    define( 'WP_DEBUG_DISPLAY', true );

    This will display error messages on the page, so you will not want this enabled for long, but it on the page with the shortcode you should see an error message.

    Stephen Harris

    I am using the shortcode:
    [eo_events event_category=”Allgemein” numberposts=5 showpastevents=false]

    Error log:

    Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function eo_get_event_time_format() in /home/frch/public_html/ Stack trace: #0 /home/frch/public_html/ require() #1 /home/frch/public_html/ load_template(‘/home/frch/publ…’, false) #2 /home/frch/public_html/ eo_locate_template(Array, true, false) #3 /home/frch/public_html/ eventorganiser_list_events(Array, Array, 0) #4 /home/frch/public_html/ EventOrganiser_Shortcodes::handle_eventlist_shortcode(Array, ”, ‘eo_events’) #5 [internal function]: do_shortcode_tag(Array) #6 /home/frch/public_html/ in /home/frch/public_html/ on line 50

    line 50 in my edited shortcode:

    <h5 style="text-indent:65px;"><?php echo eo_get_the_start( eo_get_event_time_format()); echo "   " . eo_get_venue_name(); ?></h5>

    Thank you!

    Jerom Pathipat

    Hi Jerom,

    eo_get_event_time_format() is not a function that exists in Event Organiser. Was this perhaps defined by another plug-in, that is no longer installed? Or could it have been added to the Event Organiser (in which case it would be lost when you updated)?

    Stephen Harris
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