Hi. Thanks for your reply. No, I created an account only last week on Patreon & last week itself I tried installing the plugin. Incidentally, I have another website and there, the plugin worked great. It is only on this website that this error is coming up. I deleted the WP plugin and downloaded it again in zip file and uploaded (not from GitHub) but from your WP Plugin site. But it still gives the same error. Thanks.
Hi. Ok I used the new version of the WP Plugin but now it gives this error, " Sorry - to connect your site to Patreon you need to be an admin user." I am the Admin for my Site. Can you let me know what this is? Thanks
Hello! I updated the Patreon plugin today and set the settings to import posts. Then I went and did something else. When I came back, it had thrown a fatal error, and my site was down showing a critical error. I was able to disable the plugin. I’m not sure what kind of other info you might need from me too debug, so I thought I would just post this here and see if we can figure out what’s going on. lmk if you want/need a list of other plugins? Maybe some sort of conflict that you’re already aware of…
When seeking help with this issue, you may be asked for some of the following information:
WordPress version 5.4.2
Current theme: Hestia Pro (version 3.0.1)
Current plugin: Patreon Wordpress (version 1.5.7)
PHP version 7.1.1
Here’s the log:
An error of type E_ERROR was caused in line 2728 of the file /wp-content/plugins/patreon-connect/classes/patreon_wordpress.php. Error message: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined method Patreon_API::add_post_webhook() in wp-content/plugins/patreon-connect/classes/patreon_wordpress.php:2728
Stack trace: #0 /wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php(287): Patreon_Wordpress->check_post_sync_webhook(’’) #1 /wp-includes/class-wp-hook.php(311): WP_Hook->apply_filters(NULL, Array) #2 /wp-includes/plugin.php(478): WP_Hook->do_action(Array) #3 /wp-settings.php(540): do_action(‘init’) #4 /wp-config.php(89): require_once(’/**…’) #5 /sl.re
You can contact your web host and ask them to tell you what is the exact error that appears in your site’s logs. If you know how to do that, you can do it yourself from your site’s control panel at your host.