EZ Staff List 0.3 Released!

Hello All,

I’ve finally released version 0.3 of EZ Staff List. This update comes with 1 New feature and 1 bug fix.

  • NEW – Added in an ordering by option to order your list
  • FIXED – Fixed issue with removing slashes when using quotation marks in Title and Name of person

See the EZ Staff List Page here

LukeEZ Staff List 0.3 Released!

Comments 8

  1. Michael Leung

    Hi, I got this error after installed.

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function xml_transform() in /home/architecto/domains/architectofcities.com/public_html/wp-content/plugins/ez-staff-list/framework/core/structure/objects/element.class.php on line 140

    Any suggestion?


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      Hello Michael,

      I’ve heard a few others say this same thing. Usually if it’s that type of error something in the framework was not loaded. Are you familiar on how to create a phpinfo() page? I would also like to take a look at what your server config is like.

      If need be, I’ll be happy to assist you directly if you feel comfortable giving me temporary FTP access.


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      Actually, Now that I think of it… you may not have libxslt or DOM XML installed on your server. Typically both of these libraries are installed on newer servers with PHP 5.2+ For sure with PHP 5.3+. What version of PHP are you using?

  2. mike

    I was using your plugin and it was working fine until I upgraded to your the newest version.

    All the staff members were erased and now I can only add one staff member. When I add a new staff member it erases the previous staff member.

    Is anyone else having this issue? Please advise.

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  3. Adam

    I’m getting the same error:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function xml_transform() in …/blog/wp-content/plugins/ez-staff-list/framework/core/structure/objects/element.class.php on line 140

    I’ve tried installing libxslt at the command line and restarting apache, but it didn’t fix it.

    Any ideas what to try next?

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      Hello Adam,

      It depends on how you installed it via the command line. If you installed via yum that’s one thing, but if you are on your local Windows or Mac, your path to PHP might be different via command line vs apache.

      I’d be interested to see your phpinfo() to confirm if it’s installed or not.

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