ResolvedNew Yuzo Widget for Sidebar throws php-error

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  • Under the tab productivity I found a setting for “Active Yuzo Widget”. Which I activated and therefor wanted to test in my sidebar.

    Unfortunately it returns a PHP error, so I had to delete it again.

    The error was:
    Warning: array_map() [function.array-map]: Argument #2 should be an array in (my webspace-location)/wordpress/wp-includes/query.php on line 2642

    Warning: implode() [function.implode]: Invalid arguments passed in (my webspace-location)/wordpress/wp-includes/query.php on line 2642


    Hi, my God! is absolutely right … I just uploaded version 4.2.6 correcting this error, please update it. I await your response.


    The php error is gone – thank you. 🙂

    One question: When choosing the first styling (list with thumbnail) the lines between the entries is white – is there a chance to make the this customizable? Or otherwise so that it simly takes the default css stylings?


    If you want I can add this option for you 🙂


    If you think it makes sense in general for the plugin, I’d appreciate it.
    Otherwise I’ll find a way to work around it with my css styles.


    In version 4.2.7 you can add custom css style you need is .yuzo-list{}
    I await your response.


    .yuzo-list{} works. Thank you.

    Idea for improvement: If the first and last item of a list were accessable, it would be possible to e.g. make the borders only between the items – without having one left over after the last item


    You talk to me that the last item does not have that line down?


    It does – but it would be cool if I could do something like

    .yuzo-list .last {

    But it is really just a minor tweak. 🙂


    You just have to put this

    .yuzo-list:last-child {
    border-bottom: 0;
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