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Support uSchema Plugin Support PHP Fatal Error

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    I host my websites with Kinsta, a managed host. Their error logs are reporting an error originating from uSchema on my website at

    2021/12/12 11:45:50 [error] 65824#65824: *244931 FastCGI sent in stderr: “PHP message: PHP Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to a member function getProperties() on null in /www/flashworksspecialties_657/public/wp-content/plugins/uschema/schema_simple_types/class-base-type.php:297
    Stack trace:
    #0 /www/flashworksspecialties_657/public/wp-content/plugins/uschema/schema_simple_types/class-event.php(43): Uschema\Base_Type->get_schema_array_from_class(NULL)
    #1 /www/flashworksspecialties_657/public/wp-content/plugins/uschema/schema_simple/class-simple-build-schema.php(665): Uschema\Simple_Event->get_schema(Array)
    #2 /www/flashworksspecialties_657/public/wp-content/plugins/uschema/schema_simple/class-simple-build-schema.php(633): Uschema\Simple_Build_Schema->get_schema_from_fields(‘Event’, Array)
    #3 /www/flashworksspecialties_657/public/wp-content/plugins/uschema/schema_simple/class-simple-build-schema.php(103): Uschema\Simple_Build_Schema->build_schema()
    #4 /www/flashworksspecialties_657/public/wp-content/plugins/uschema/schema_simple/class-simple-schema.php(96): Uschema\Sim” while reading response header from upstream, client:, server:, request: “GET /topics/events/join-us-at-the-lowes-annual-fire-safety-event/ HTTP/1.0”, upstream: “fastcgi://unix:/var/run/php7.4-fpm-flashworksspecialties.sock:”, host: “”

    I wanted to let you know about this error log so you can address it in a future update.

    Thank you!

    BooSpot Team

    Thanks for your message.
    Can you please confirm what PHP version you are using on your website?

    You may check it by going to your WordPress backend > Tools > Site Health > Info > PHP version

    Thanks for your time.

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