I reworked it a bit. @ is unwise because it suppresses everything (not just what the author expected). Value assignments should always be standalone statements. Elgg guidelines suggest ?: only when it fits a single line.
Their website says it integrates with Elgg. Assuming they have a specialized script that does this, they may need to update it. If they put it on GitHub or something we can assist them. If they won't, ask for your money back! view reply
If you run an Elgg where the "Lost password" feature fails (e.g. localhost with no mail-sending abililty, or you lost access to the e-mail account), you may need to change your password to get back in.
Here's a script to do that.
First you'll need...
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Type hints are like laws set by PHP functions to demand what type of arguments must be passed in. Before Elgg 1.8.6, violations of these laws went completely undetected, so even careful plugin authors missed them and left incorrect...