PHP Memory extended to 256 M , but gives fatal Error (3 posts)

  1. Wealthcreator
    Posted 2 years ago #

    PHP Error Message

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function defne() in /home/a9765339/public_html/Wordpress-3.6/wp-config.php on line 31

    Support Team , Here is my “ wp-config.php” file below , which is edited as per your suggestions last week , with extended PHP Memory by adding / defining line to Memory ‘256M’.. as shown in bold letters below . However, my Database Username, Passward, Host name are removed here and used as ‘******’ in below file for security reasons here:; Please anyone can help me to know the reasons of this FATAL ERROR and please give me the solution over this

    [ stock copy of wp-config.php file deleted ]

  2. Tara
    Volunteer Moderator
    Posted 2 years ago #

    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.

  3. Wealthcreator
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Hello Tara , Thanks

    Call to un-defined function ::

    I used Latest version of WORDPRESS and uploaded files MANUALLY by using my "FILE ZILLA" Client

    I EDITED "wp-config-sample file" and saved it as "wp-config.php file with my MySQL Database of my USERNAME, PASSWARD, HOSTNAME etc and uploaded it manually. I did not use Auto Install. Both these files are present in Local Pane and Remote Pane of File Zilla.



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