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[Resolved] 500 Error

  • I am getting a 500 error when I try to manage my blog. It happened right after I activated a child theme. I navigated to wp-contents/themes to try and delete the last theme I activated or change its name.. something I thought would force the default theme to activate. I am not able to open, edit, delete, or change the name of the theme. Is there any other way to force another theme to activate or anything else I can do to fix this error?

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  • This was in the scripts log.. not sure if this helps:

    [05-Feb-2013 21:44:51] PHP Fatal error: Cannot redeclare is_wp_version() (previously declared in /blog/wp-content/themes/Supermoms Design Website/functions.php:18) in /blog/wp-content/themes/d5-design-extend/functions.php on line 27

    Supermoms Designs is the “child theme”. When I try to go into that file, my host gives me an error but I can get into all the files for the other themes.

    I am new to all this.. as you can tell.

    I got it.. and it was a great feeling to do it on my own. The only way I knew the scriptlog was checking this site. SO while no one answered this one, the answers on the other posts help me out.

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