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    Hi Ben and Jamie,
    Everything was going really well until my site had some redirect issues and my hosting service deactivated plugins to see what the problem was.The redirect issues are solved but I can’t activate WC Vendor Pro because it triggers a fatal error:
    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_FUNCTION in /home3/thecura5/public_html/wp-content/plugins/Archive/public/class-wcvendors-pro-reports-controller.php on line 131
    Does the Pro plugin need to be reinstalled or is there something else I can do? Thank you for the support!

    WC Vendors Support

    Hi @OUATT

    The problem is actually much simpler than that. Your webhosting company is using a version of PHP that is almost 10 years old. 🙂 Tell them to upgrade your website to PHP 5.4 or higher. Hell, PHP 7.0 is out. Gives you an idea how old their software is. 🙂 Once your site is updated to PHP 5.4+ Pro will activate no problem at all.




    Thanks, Ben! I will check and let you know how it goes,

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