Support » Plugin: All Authors Page » How do I deactivate the All Authors Page plugin?

  • rhiannon-ppl

    (@rhiannon-ppl)


    When I attempt to deactivate the All Authors Page plugin, I get the following message:

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function delete_options() in /home/prepress/public_html/wp-content/plugins/all-author-page/allauthorpage.php on line 412

    What’s the safest way to deactivate it (or delete it altogether)?

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/all-author-page/

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  • I get the same problem Rhiannon. Looks like you didnt get a reply though so not sure what to do next.

    Did you find out how to do it by any chance?

    I tried to find the author but he has a very low and inactive profile on the web ( something to always check in future) .
    Anyway
    I managed to delete the plugin via my ftp panel …wp-content… plugins… then delete the plugin.
    its done the trick unless I fid some horrible little probs with files later on hmm

    LESSON LEARNED.. dont add plugins unless they are properly supported byt he author/developer

    Dear rhiannon deactivate from plugin page, or secondly use ftp any one which you think easy way.File transfer protocol.

    There is a typo that generates the error. You can edit the plugin file allauthorpage.php at line 412.

    The line reads:
    delete_options($this->_name.'_show_email');

    It should be:
    delete_option($this->_name.'_show_email');

    Just remove the ‘s’ from the delete_options function call.

    thank you ktstudios, – S.

    Plugin Author AKTDev

    (@aktdev)

    I have added this to the plugin uninstall.

    This is also the last update to the plugin that I am doing. The plugin is no longer supported and should not be used.

    Thank you for using the plugin up to this point even through all the issues it has had.

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