PHP script warning error: strict standards in use

In PHP versions 5.4 and higher, older PHP scripts that are not syntactically compatible with the new version may generate a "strict standards" error message. Ideally, the solution to this issue is to upgrade any script (core application, plugins, addon modules, and so on) to the latest version available from the developer or distributor. To suppress the strict standards error while working toward an upgrade, add the following directive to the top of a .htaccess file in the public_html of the site:

php_flag display_errors off

This will prevent the errors from displaying to allow the script(s) to function while awaiting updates.
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