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Fatal Error – missing file

  • My business partner and I are using the same login for our site. He’s been managing the site, and when I tried logging in finally, I got this error message.

    Now he’s unable to login also, with the same error message.

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_taxonomies_for_attachments() in /home/content/69/10035269/html/wp-admin/menu.php on line 67

    In the database I don’t even see a menu.php file in the wp-admin folder. And I know just enough html to read through it so what would I need to do if I found that php file with the problem on line 67?

    Thanks for any insight.

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  • It seems someone tried to update to 3.5 and failed since get_taxonomies_for_attachments() is a 3.5 method. I would say download WordPress 3.5 and overwrite wp-admin and wp-includes folder.

    Thanks Marko! Any idea how I could update to 3.5 if I’m unable to login through the ‘website.com/wp-admin’ page?

    The only thing you can do it login through FTP and upload the files yourself. So no wp-admin. So if you can’t do it yourself ask the person who created the site or your hosting company.

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