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    In an effort to update some older php versioned site I have, there are a couple with some issues on moving from 5.6.xx to 7.2.1.
    In the header of most pages, these sites are showing the following error:
    Warning: count(): Parameter must be an array or an object that implements Countable in /home/bottos91/public_html/wp-content/themes/enfold/config-templatebuilder/avia-shortcodes/av-helper-masonry.php on line 362

    Support, need some help with this so I can eventually move to Enfold 4.2.1 on php 7.2.1 as you recommend.


    @crtdude the PHP 7.2.x bug tracker still lists a lot off issues. To be on the save side you might consider using PHP 7.1 for now. Many plugins dont work with 7.2.x and I guess it will take some time for the developers to jump on that train.


    Thanks for the info mensmaximus. Have not tried 7.1 but will consider once support jumps in here to add their piece. It seems to be Enfold though and not a plugin file (av-helper-masonry.php).



    Could you please post FTP and WP admin logins here privately so we can look into the issue?
    As far as i know, our devs did not start working on PHP 7.2.x compatibility yet however this could be the first case :)



    Yigit, thanks for replying. I took mensmaximus’ advice and simply changed the php version of the two affected sites to 7.1.13 rather than 7.2.1 for now – they are fine under 7.1.13. I wanted to see where you folks were at insofar as 7.2.1 was – you answered that question. I’ll leave these well enough alone for now. You might just want to note to the devs that there is an issue with 7.2.1 and av-helper-masonry.php when they get around to messing with 7.2.1 – I cannot have client sites be guinea pigs for testing.

    Weird thing is though on a couple of really basic sites I changed to 7.2.1 and all looks okay. But I guess I’ll really find out when I go to do something else with them.



    Glad @mensmaximus could help!
    Our devs already fixed the issue and it will be included in upcoming update :)

    Let us know if you have any other questions or issues!

    Best regards,

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