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  • #1988

    Hello

    Installed plugin Orbisius child theme- my website is http://tumainitarot.com

    I really hope you are able to help. Unfortunately I am a newbie and although I have read posts on similar topics,i can’t help feeling I did something wrong. I added an altered footer php code into child theme and pressed saved. The following error has taken over my website which I can no longer gain access.

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘<‘ in /home/jacbra18/TumainiTarot.com/wp-content/themes/tumainichild/functions.php on line 7

    I went onto my host server and removed the Orisius child theme by deletion but I am still having problems logging into my wp-admin. Can you please help. But be use step by step simple instructions. I am quite nervous about getting it wrong again.

    Any help is very much appreciated. I really feel like crying!!!!!

    #1989

    Hi,

    This error was not caused by Orbisius Child Theme Creator.
    It seems you’ve played with /themes/tumainichild/functions.php file.

    You will have to reinstall the plugin and then edit functions.php file.
    It seems there is a bracket ( < ) on line 7 which breaks the php.

    The plugin has a button that allows you to check the syntax of the file.
    You must do it when you’re editing .php files.

    Note: some hosting companies (e.g. WP Engine) deactivate some php functions (exec, system etc.) which stops the php syntax checking. In most hostings it should work.

    Slavi


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    #1991

    Just for completeness you confirmed (via email) that this was solved. Great!


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