Error with latest version of ACP and new Yoast add-on
I updated ACP to the latest version (5.2.1) and Yoast to its latest version (14.6.1). I installed the Yoast SEO add-on (version 1.0) as instructed (I was using the “primary taxonomy” from Yoast as a column for one of my custom post types), and I got a fatal error on that custom post type screen. I suspected it was triggered by the Yoast column so I reset the columns for that CPT. When I attempt to add the Yoast primary taxonomy column back, I get the following error on screen:
“The column could not be loaded because of an unknown error”
And I get the following more detailed error via the WordPress automated email (website identifying info has been obscured with XXXXXX):
An error of type E_ERROR was caused in line 0 of the file /var/www/vhosts/XXXXXXXXXXXXX/XXXXXXXXXXXXX/wp-content/plugins/admin-columns-pro/admin-columns/templates/admin/edit-columns.php. Error message: Method AC\View::__toString() must not throw an exception, caught Error: Class 'ACA\YoastSeo\Setting\PrimaryTaxonomy' not found
This column was working just fine prior to today’s plugin updates. Everything on this site us up to date (WP is at 5.4.2, PHP is 7.3.20, all plugins are at their latest versions).
Can you please look into it? I need to launch this website by the end of the week and would hate to have to roll back the plugins to prior backups in order to go live (this issue doesn’t affect the front-end of the site at the moment, but it does affect the back-end management of this CPT).
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