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  • Hello, I hope anyone can help me. I have a wordpress site and there’s an installed cform and I’m having this issue. I have network sites and I’m having this error only on one site:

    [11-May-2013 04:17:16] PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function insert_cform() in E:\xxxxx\xxxxx\idaho\wp-content\themes\rednewstheme\sidebar.php on line 86

    Any help would be appreciated.

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  • Moderator t-p


    Call to undefined function:

    An error reading call to undefined function could mean that a WordPress Plugin is trying to find a file or data which isn’t present or accessible in the code. Reasons for this include:
    ■ An error when trying to auto-install or auto-upgrade a Plugin. Try installing or upgrading the Plugin manually.
    ■ An error when trying to auto-install or auto-upgrade a Theme. Try installing or upgrading the Theme manually.
    ■ You may be using an incompatible WordPress Plugin or incompatible Theme. This could happen with older versions of WordPress and a new WordPress Plugin, or if you are trying to use a WordPress Multisite Plugin on a single site installation. Upgrade WordPress to resolve this issue.
    ■ You may be trying to call a function that doesn’t exist. Check functions.php for misspellings.

    Try deactivating the WordPress Plugin or changing the WordPress Theme that caused the error to appear. If you are unable to do this from within the Administration Screens, you may have to do this manually via FTP.

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