Fixing REQUEST_URI functions.php file on line 73 Error in WordPress
REQUEST_URI functions.php file on line 73 Error in WordPress, Usually it happens when you upgrade your WordPress from old PHP versions to new ones like PHP version 7.3 (ea-php73).
This error is usually displayed as text at the top of the website and the wp Admin Dashboard.
The error text is usually as follows:
Warning: Use of undefined constant REQUEST_URI – assumed ‘REQUEST_URI’ (this will throw an Error in a future version of PHP) in /var/www/…/web/wp-content/themes/…/functions.php on line 73
To fix this error, refer to your file source in the File Manager on Hosting Control Panle ( for example cPanel or … ) and go to the wp-content folder then themes, look for the path to your active template folder, and Look for the functions.php file after entering your site’s template directory
Open the file with a file editor and go to line 73 and clear all in line 73 and replace it with the following values:
$path = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'] . $_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'];
Finally, save the file by tapping Save and reloading your website with F5 Key On Your Keyboard.
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- Fixing REQUEST_URI functions.php file on line 73 Error in WordPress
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- functions.php file on line 73 Error
- functions.php file on line 73 Error in WordPress
- in /var/www/.../web/wp-content/themes/.../functions.php on line 73
- REQUEST_URI functions.php Error
- template folder
- Use of undefined constant REQUEST_URI
- wp Admin
- wp Admin Dashboard