In troubleshooting a problem we had with a PHP script that connects to your API to login to a member upgrade area to allow for an RSS feed of our premium audio and video content, we persuaded a Plesk tech to look over our script to see why it wasn't working with PHP 7.0.1. It wouldn't allow a login. His conclusion: Checked, the actual problem is at forum API script - it is not compatible with PHP 7 /forum/api.php The feed script works well itself. There were multiple errors like: Fatal error: 'break' not in the 'loop' or 'switch' context in forum/api.php on line 248 Fatal error: 'break' not in the 'loop' or 'switch' context in forum/api.php on line 475 and so on. I've commented out these lines, and now it seems to work. So is there a PHP 7.0.1 conflict you need to work through? What do we lose by commenting out those commands/functions?