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I have my journal published, but when I´m in the article page and I click in the right naviagation bar to go back to toc, the following error message appears in the top of the page:
Notice: Only variables should be assigned by reference in /home/edumedne/public_html/ojs/classes/issue/IssueDAO.inc.php on line 85
Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /home/edumedne/public_html/ojs/classes/issue/IssueDAO.inc.php:85) in /home/edumedne/public_html/ojs/classes/template/TemplateManager.inc.php on line 154
I would aprecciate any help very much,
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-- basically, the newest releases of PHP have started to complain about some types of reference errors where older releases just carried on. If you prevent warnings from being displayed, OJS will carry on without any problems.
These problems have been corrected in OJS 2.1, which will be released very soon.
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