I run a music site which unfortunately came crashing to the ground last night :(
I tried to make a post and the entire backend of wordpress was glitching and lagging pretty heavily so I deactivated all the plugins....when I reactivated, of course I overloaded the site and got one of this infamous 'Fatal Error' messages because I had exhausted my memory.
I've seen and read the material on deactivating plugins using Phpmyadmin, but I don't have an 'active_plugins' row in the wp-options table. So has anyone got any suggestions on how else to sort it?
My hosting provider suggested the following...but it worried me slightly that their tech support won't support these changes! HELP!
Your request can only be accomplished via customizing PHP on your hosting package. Default values for PHP can be modified by use of the php.ini file that can be created in the cgi-bin. Modifications to the php.ini file are not supported by Network Solutions technical support. You may make changes to the php.ini file and upload it to your /cgi-bin folder, but any changes to the php.ini file that are detrimental to the server's performance may result in a suspension of your hosting account. If you are unsure how to follow the directions below, or you don't wish to make the change, you can purchase MyTime Support any time by calling us. The charge for a custom php.ini is $59.99."