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from 2.5.1->2.6. Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ENDIF in functions.

  • My site now only gives this error:

    Parse error: syntax error, unexpected T_ENDIF in /mysite.foo/wp-includes/functions.php on line 1838

    please advise if you can, thanks kindly!
    tre

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  • update – i re-uploaded functions.php and now get a different error on a different line of functions.php

    ah geeez

    i’m re-uploading the entire thing again, see what happens – will update here.

    ok – re-uploaded everything – fixed the problem.

    even though i was using an ftp program that managed errors, apparently something got lost in transit the first time….weird!

    i am most relieved…
    bye 4 now,
    th

    I am getting this error, can anyone help?

    Fatal error: main() [function.require]: Failed opening required ‘../wp-load.php’ (include_path=’.:/usr/lib/php’) in /homepages/7/d187081345/htdocs/blog/wp-admin/upgrade.php on line 4

    Not sure what to do?

    well, i can advise that you try the same thing i did – re-upload all the 2.6 files again and give it another shot.

    good luck – please post back what happens

    if u r using leech ftp then thats why.. i get the same i just deleted wp2.6 and upgraded to wp 2.7 and gate different errors on differenlt lines of functions.php too
    I am now deleting all the files again including the wp content this time and upload again using a different database and will re-upload wpconfig to see if i can re insert all the tables in the new db
    if not then i really dont know what to do except re-upload 2.6

    hope it weorks i already lost a 500 person a day website because of trying to upgrade and it bust the whole forum! because the table names were different.

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