While I have been using WordPress for a while I am not a coder in any sense of the word. I can follow direction though and I’m willing to try anything.
Today I attempted to add a small block of HTML code in the Text widget, I did something wrong with the code and I received an error, Warning: array_keys() [function.array-keys]: The first argument should be an array in
I searched on this site and followed the suggestions to fix the problem, some did not work at all, so I went down the list trying new things. When I tried,
// define(‘DB_CHARSET’, ‘utf8’);
// define(‘DB_COLLATE’, ”);
I put a /* before and after the above code each line,
This did something! When I went to log into my wp-admin what came up on the screen was as though I had just installed WordPress!!!
In order to keep my users from making any changes I quickly added my blog info.
All of the files are still on my server. The question is how do I associate all the Database files?
I don’t want to make a mess (I think I’m too late!) But I would appreciate some help so I can get my site back up!
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