1. waveswebdesign
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  4. Saturday, 11 August 2018
Hi - I am currently using your free version of your facebook /twitter slider which I love but in the latest version there is no way to hide the author link at the bottom. I am happy to pay for a pro version but I don't want that "by js message" at the bottom. How can I hide that and what happened to the pro version? I don't really want anything but that - not a bundle of software with the facebook slider as one option. Is that possible? Also on both my old pro version and the new free one I often get the following error on the admin side of the module. Why do I get that and how can I remove it?

Warning: SimpleXMLElement::xpath(): Invalid predicate in /public_html/libraries/src/Form/Form.php on line 1645
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Hi

Can you please provide temporary access to the backend? I must see why this error happens.

JS Social Slider has no copyright notice. The second option to remove copyright notice can be found in the setting of the module.
screenshot-jsns.eu-2018.08.11-13-34-04.png


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I purchase the pro version and now the copyright notice is gone. Thanks! But I am still getting the following error messages:

Here are login details to the admin side of one of the websites that is having a problem

This error only appears in the module on the admin side - it does not appear on the front end but I am having it on many of my websites I have built. I am running latest version of joomla, on a rocket themes template with Gantry 5. The module is titled:Facebook Likebox Slider and is running in the debug position. Thanks for your suggestions on how to fix.
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Hi

I think you should update your PHP version to 7+

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Thank you for the suggestion but I already have PHP 7 on all my sites.
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Yes - we have plans to upgrade to Easy Apache 4 on all our servers but we do have PHP 7 installed just not the latest version. i will hold off until we have that done and see if it helps.
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