“King Login” Plugin shut me down.
I installed widgets last night. Then I added a plugin called “King Login” (so I could login at the sidebar).
This morning I got stupid and pulled “King Login” from the server to look at the code. The thing is, I tried to log back onto my blog before putting the plugin back on the server (stupid…). Everything crashed on me. According to my web hosting service, I got the following error messages:
Warning: main(C:\Accounts\nomansbl\wwwRoot/wp-content/plugins/king-includes/library/king_widget_functions.php): failed to open stream: No such file or directory in C:\Accounts\nomansbl\wwwRoot\wp-content\plugins\widgets\king-login.php on line 22
Fatal error: main(): Failed opening required ‘C:\Accounts\nomansbl\wwwRoot/wp-content/plugins/king-includes/library/king_widget_functions.php’ (include_path=’.;c:\php4\pear’) in C:\Accounts\nomansbl\wwwRoot\wp-content\plugins\widgets\king-login.php on line 22
WordPress will not let me log in anymore, as if the King Login plugin altered some code in one of the templates and I somehow caused irreparable damage by trying to log on without it.
Any ideas? Is there anyway I can set wordpress back to default so I can log on again?
Can’t believe I did it.
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