I'm afraid I've really messed things up on my site after trying to add a short addition of code to the function.php file.
Now I get this page when I try to call up the main home page;
"Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '<' in /home/content/h/e/r/mypagename/html/wp-content/themes/yoko/functions.php on line 569"
(where mypagename is substituted for the real name)
I did copy/paste a copy of the original file into TextEdit program on my Mac, but when I re-pasted it after the original error occurred, I still get that error message. Now I have one page open to be able to edit the file to hopefully work again, but I don't know how long the page will stay open. All attempts to call up any pages end with that error message.
I know the first thing anyone will ask is "did you back up the site before you made that edit?" Well, I thought just copying out the page to a text editor would be sufficient, and the whole site backup was the very next thing on my to-do list - naturally.
I tried to count the lines to 659 but the file fell short of lines at about 630, and looking for a < is pretty ridiculous as they seem to be on every line.
I could really use some expert advice on what to do, as I'm sure the page I have open in the php editor mode won't stay open for long.