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  1. taequilty
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I was working on the backend of my WordPress site exitstrata.com and tried to visit the page to check the changes I was making. When I tried to visit the site I received the following error:
    Fatal error: Call to undefined method stdClass::in_admin() in D:\Hosting\3257586\html\exitstrata\wp-includes\load.php on line 587
    Unfortunately, I closed my window open to the backend of the site. Now when I try to log back in to the main site it says my username is invalid. I am using a friends username to ask this question so that I can save my site.
    Very confused and don't understand what I could've done to cause this error.

    Thank you for you help! It literally means the world.

  2. posthawk
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    you will have to ftp or use cpannel to access the load.php file under wp-includes.

    theres an error on line 587

  3. Now when I try to log back in to the main site it says my username is invalid.

    If you can get to your phpMyAdmin, look in the wp_users table and you'll see all the usernames and email adresses in there. Make sure that the right email is there and just reset it using the forget password

    I am using a friends username to ask this question so that I can save my site.

    I have no idea what this means. You contact info on the forum has nothing to do with your site.

    Once you've regained access to your site, if you still see the error, go to your FTP and rename your plugins folder old-plugins or something like that. This will deactivate all of your plugins. That should get rid of the error. Then reactivate your plugins one by one.

    This error is usually caused by a conflict with a plugin.

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