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SyamilMJ says

@SyamilMJ – Can I just say, amazing job mate, I’m using a modified version in some of my themes and the plugin is just an absolute delight to work with :)

Pleasure, sir :)

@Kyrelimit – You need to contact the theme author, as it looks like you’re using custom blocks added by the theme.

Cheers

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SyamilMJ says

aligator, i just pushed an update to theme which should fix those issues. But it won’t make the mysql_connect issue go away though, as it’s not coming from the plugin. See – http://themeforest.net/forums/thread/aqua-page-builder/77590?page=5#859343

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SyamilMJ says

Pedsan,

You can import the blocks by importing the block classes. They should look something like this:

class My_Awesome_Block extends AQ_Block {
 ...
}

Anyway, I’ve just push a minor update to the plugin that should fix some issues with PHP 5.5+ and WP3.6.

Also, I’ve included a link on the plugin page where users can search for the themes on Themeforest using the “aqua page builder” tag. This should be easier than the previously proposed method. If your theme supports this plugin, make sure to add this tag! :)

Cheers

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SyamilMJ says

> So, everyone who uses PHP from a certain version and up will always get these warnings in WP when working in debug mode, sounds really anoying…

Agreed. Maybe you can try sending a trac ticket to address this issue. 5.5 has less than 0.1% market share so it’s possible that they didn’t think this through.

or just edit your php.ini file…

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SyamilMJ says

Technically, no.

WP has in-house error suppressing (you turn this on using WP_DEBUG), so the more logical explanation is they decided to not suppress E_DEPRECATED errors anymore in v3.6

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SyamilMJ says

If you’re on PHP 5.5, then the warning came from PHP, not WP.

The wpdb class naturally uses mysql_connect so the warning came from the use of that class specifically, see – http://core.trac.wordpress.org/browser/tags/3.6/wp-includes/wp-db.php#L1144

Plugins/themes don’t have anything to do with the warnings, since the class was instantiated by the core itself.

You can suppress this warning – http://php.net/manual/en/function.error-reporting.php

use something like error_reporting(E_ALL ^ E_DEPRECATED);

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SyamilMJ says

Are you on PHP >5.5? mysql_connect and a bunch of the other mysql functions are deprecated in this version in favor of PDO. From the changelog:

mysql: This extension is now deprecated, and deprecation warnings will be generated when connections are established to databases via mysql_connect(), mysql_pconnect(), or through implicit connection: use MySQLi or PDO_MySQL instead Dropped support for LOAD DATA LOCAL INFILE handlers when using libmysql. Known for stability problems Added support for SHA256 authentication available with MySQL 5.6.6+
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SyamilMJ says

You can try doing a search on google with the following string:

site:themeforest.net keyword goes here

You can also tell us your requirements and maybe some of the good folks here will be able to help.

Cheers

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SyamilMJ says

I don’t like Matt

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SyamilMJ says

I believe you can use shortcode to translate text strings in the block, something like:

[wpml_translate lang="en_EN"]Hi, my name is Syamil[/wpml_translate]
[wpml_translate lang="fr_FR"]Bonjour, I don't speak French[/wpml_translate]
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