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My page is a Warning and is inaccessible

  • I went to use my site and the entire page contains the following:
    Warning: include(after-the-deadline/config-options.php) [function.include]: failed to open stream: No such file or directory in /home/content/76/9385276/html/miamicreditcardlawsuitlawyer-blog/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/after-the-deadline.php on line 27

    I’m not very proficient with wordpress and terminology used here. If anyone can help that would be great my site is http://miamicreditcardlawsuitlawyer-blog.com/

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  • It seems that your Jetpack plugin is causing the issue. Visit your site using FTP or SSH and rename the wp-content/plugins/jetpack plugin to disable it. That should get your site back to where you can log in, and find out what went wrong with Jetpack.

    I don’t know what FTP or SSH is. I tried to follow another persons blog and went into my computers folder and deleted the plug in folder – and then went to restore it but it wasn’t in my computer’s trash.

    If you can do that, you can use FTP. It’s just a way of managing files over a network. So you’re essentially just using a file manager just like you use on your own computer.

    Grab hold of FileZilla by reading this page and following the instructions. It’s easy, honestly.


    I suppose easy is a matter of perspective…

    True, but it’s really not too difficult. If you’re managing a web site, having a basic knowledge of FTP is essential in my opinion.

    I don’t even know what FTP is. I’ve been trying to connect using FileZilla but it keeps saying “connection times out” “could not connect to server”

    FTP = File Transfer Protocol.

    Looks like your hosts are GoDaddy, so they have a support guide all about FTP and FileZilla:

    Connecting to your hosting account with filezilla ftp

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