# Domain-Mapping - Uninitialized string offset

I was having an issue with the Domain Mapping plugin and carried out the fix as per my post here:

Now, whenever I try to ADD a new Multi-Domain entry through the admin, I get a blank/half rendered page.

When I turn debugging on and try adding again, this is the error that shows on the multi-domains settings page:

Notice: Uninitialized string offset: 0 in E:\inetpub\vs239227\wp-content\mu-plugins\multi-domains.php on line 339

Fatal error: Cannot use string offset as an array in E:\inetpub\vs239227\wp-content\mu-plugins\multi-domains.php on line 339

Is there any possible way of clearing/resetting all multi-domains settings/entries in the database automatically?

Thanks, Kent

• Jack Kitterhing

Hi there Kent,

Hope you are well today.

Thanks for posting on the forums, are you still using both Multi-Domains and domain-mapping side by side?

Is this a live site with the domains added or a test site?

Thanks!

Kind Regards
Jack.

• KJA

Hi @Jack Kitterhing,

Yes, I'm running Domain Mapping/Multi-Domains on the same site.

This is on a live site and was working fine during some upgrades, until I tried to delete some mappings through Domain Mapping plugin and encountered the problems mentioned in the link from my original post.

Now the Domain Mapping plugin is working fine, but the Multi-Domain plugin is broken.

FYI I'm running the most recent version of both plugins (as of 25-Mar) on WP 3.5.1/ IIS6 /PHP 5.3.2/MySQL 5.1

• Jack Kitterhing

Hi there Kent, (@KJA)

I've flagged the developer on this issue for you, thank you for your patience.

Have a great day!

Kind Regards
Jack.

• Jack Kitterhing

Hi there @KJA

I hope you are well today, sorry for the delay on this. As this thread is now quite old, can you check with the latest plugin version and WordPress version please?

If it is, I can then contact the lead developer to look into this for you.

Thank you!

Kind Regards
Jack.

• Jack Kitterhing

Hi there,

I hope this issue is resolved for you, if it isn't please use the Mark as not resolved, re-open box below and I'd be happy to help :slight_smile:

Kind Regards
Jack.