My site suddenly stopped working yesterday with this message only at the top of the URL my blog is at:
Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘}’ in usr/local/pem/vhosts/251863/webspace/siteapps/118757/htdocs/wp-content/plugins/podpress/podpress.php on line 440
Im figuring the site was hacked. But my tech support for my host insists it is a plug in error on your side and refuses to help. O_O Mind you, I have not touched anything, updated anything, changed anything and it broke on it’s own a day after I viewed the blog URL.
The blog was installed via the control panel of my host and , interestingly, the description for the wordpress application is in POLISH now.
WorldPress to najnowocze~[niejsza semantyczna osobista platforma do publikowania, w której nacisk po~Bożono na estetyk~Y, standardy sieci oraz użyteczno~[~G.
Considering it was installed through their panel, I do not have access to a majority of the files since it’s not root level. So, Im at a standstill because they refuse to try and ‘troubleshoot’ wordpress (as a 3rd party application) even though their control panel installs the files in a hidden level I do not have access to. Anyone have any ideas before I jsut call this lame and delete and reinstall? MAN Im so frustrated.
Also, I would like to add that I am in no way able to get into the backend to administrate any of my site. The URL, btw, is at http://www.jynmeyer.com/blog . Also any files I once posted is no longer there.
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