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[Resolved] plugin conflict has restricted all WordPress profile access

  • Hello everyone!! I have just installed WordPress for the first time and and absolutely loving it! But I’ve brought myself into a major boo-boo that I can’t get out of.
    I installed a plugin called Gengo because I want to add several languages to my site. But once I enabled the default language as English all access to my WordPress profile as well as to the website is replaced with
    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: get_currentuserinfo() in /home/benny/public_html/wp-content/plugins/gengo/gengo.php on line 1555
    and trying to access the site directly gives me Fatal error: Call to a member function on a non-object in /home/benny/public_html/wp-includes/classes.php on line 38. A solution at the Gengo forum is to disable other plugins until you get around the problem, but without access to my profile I can’t change anything! How can I alter the file codes to get around this problem? It’s quite serious since the entire site and its settings can’t be accessed…
    Hopefully you can help me with this! I look forward to using this wonderful tool once I get used to it!

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  • whooami

    @whooami

    Member

    A solution at the Gengo forum is to disable other plugins until you get around the problem, but without access to my profile I can’t change anything!

    Plugins can be disabled by deleting the plugin files themselves from the wp-content/plugins directory. Generally done using an FTP client.

    Btw, WP tells you this on the plugins page (where you activated gengo). I mention that to remind you to read what you see on the various pages in your wp-admin area. It will help you in the long run.

    Oh, that was easy!!! lol
    Of course you’re right, I’ll try to read up on as much as I can. Just wanted to solve this issue asap that’s all. Will do lots of study and research now that the site is working again! 😉
    Thanks for your help

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