Hi Kathy, are you sure? If you are using some kind of PHP version checker it can give false alarm or do you have actual error in error log?
This tool will allow you to check if your website is compatible with the recommendedby SiteGround PHP version and switch to it with a click. It is highly advisable to keep your WordPress running on the recommendedPHP for best security and performance.Note that if you have a Multisite, changing the PHP version will affect all sites in your network.
Notice: checking your site for PHP 7.1 co mpatibility is a time consuming process that depends on the number of active plugins you have on your site. Please,don’t close your browser until the check is completed.
The following plugins/themes are not compatible with PHP 7.1.
Easy Appointments See Errors
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I’m using Siteground and their supercacher
It keeps returning me this message. So I thought it best to check with you first.
I’m sorry for the inconvenience because I know you updated the plugin only 2 weeks ago
Can you please open that part under See Errors and paste it here?
FILE: /home/tkayente/public_html/wp-content/plugins/easy-appointments/src/admin.php———————————————————————————–FOUND 1 ERROR AND 1 WARNING AFFECTING 2 LINES———————————————————————————– 420 | WARNING | INI directive \’asp_tags\’ is removed since PHP 7.0. 423 | ERROR | INI directive \’asp_tags\’ is removed since PHP 7.0.———————————————————————————–
I’m also using Elementor Pro but I handed the site back in January and everything was working perfectly. But now I can’t edit with Elementor so I’m just checking anything that may be conflicting