Has your WordPress website randomly developed a “Warning: Missing argument 2 for _x()” error? All you may need is to rename the _x() function.
Change the _x() function to __()
_x() is a function which requires 2 arguments. Meaning, you’re most likely getting an error due only passing through 1 of these.
To fix this, follow the steps below:
- Open the file and go to the specific PHP line that the error has occurred in.
- Locate the _x() function on this line.
- Replace this with the __() function.
Note, you don’t need to replace all of these, but only the errors your server is showing. This is because some of these may already have the 2 arguments passing through them.