I'm working on a company site which has a custom theme which my predecessor wrote. It seems to work fine online, but when I try to use it locally I get this error "Parse error: syntax error, unexpected end of file in C:\xampp2\htdocs\f******r\wp-content\themes\f*****r\functions.php on line 46"
If I change to another theme locally it works fine. I don't have time to learn php right now. Is there any way I can easily find and fix the errors in the the custom theme, if that's what's causing the issue?
I wonder if it might be related to the WordPress version. I'm using WordPress v3.8.1 locally, version 3.6 online. I'm scared to update the online WordPress version in case it screws up their site.
I could create the new pages online and not publish them until they're approved, but I'd rather do it offline, especially since I'm trying to impress them. Bringing down their site won't get me any brownie point.
Any suggestion would be much appreciated.