Thanks for the input guys!
It definitely seems to be a timeout sort of issue… the WSOD is now showing up before I even try and update a field. I turned on debug and it says “Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 72 bytes) in …filepath/meta.php on line 829”.
I’m not familiar with editing the php.ini file. I searched and mine is in my MAMP files and assume that editing this would have no effect on the client. Would the file I need to edit be on their server?
As far as updating the plugin goes, I am indeed logged in as an admin but it still won’t let me… weird.
Where would I set set_time_limit(0);? Is that in the php.ini file as well?
Thanks for helping out the php newbie!
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