I am using WordPress to edit and update the website I run (www.ars.org) and recently did an update of plug-ins and of WordPress itself.
Now I wish I hadn’t done this because the title description in news posts is double posted and the new WordPress leaves me without the option to edit this. The footer of the website is displaying html, which I assume must be an error in the script somewhere.
There were no issues before the upgrade. I have a back-up using a the BackupWordpress plug in, but it doesn’t give me a restore option and I haven’t found anything that tells me how to restore what I saved once I download the .zip file. I have another back up on my hardrive from July, the last back-up the last moderator made before I came along, but I’d really rather not have to redo all the updates that have been made since.
I tried to downgrade by downloading the 3.1.4 version and dragging and dropping those files using FileZilla as explained in a Youtube video, but that didn’t seem to work.
The website is functioning, but it doesn’t look as put together and my Boss is upset over these issues, as am I.
Is there something I didn’t update? Is there something that’s not compatible with the new upgrade? If you could please tell me how to find where the issue is and fix it I would greatly appreciate it.
Also, we use the Atahualpa version 3.6.7.
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