Support » Plugin: Yet Another Related Posts Plugin (YARPP) » Updating the YARPP Plug-in Wiped Out My Site

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  • Plugin Author jeffparker


    Would you let me know the version of WordPress, PHP, and MySQL you are using? That would help with troubleshooting. Thanks.

    Thank you so much, but I cannot even get inside my dashboard, so I have no idea, except that I have the most updated version of WordPress.

    how can we downgrade the plugin?

    HI Jeff,

    I just logged this error also. Looks like 3 of theses posts. Suggest you consolidate them and deal with as a group.

    WordPress version is 3.7.1,
    PHP Version: 5.2.17
    MySQL Database Version: 5.1.57-community

    This particular site has Apache running on a virtual server & Operating System: WINNT

    but surely you just need to look at line 190 to see what has changed?

    I am having the same problem after upgrading to the latest version. I cannot access my admin page at all and gives the same error.

    I am hosting on HostGator.

    My website is: Ecommerce Software Reviews

    Can you help me please??

    I have the same problem, just after updating last version of yet another..

    I have the latest version of wp up to date.

    As a temp fix to get your sites back up you should rename the plugin / or failing that delete it. I’m hoping that an edit to the last lines might solve this.

    I can see line 190 which causes the error is that last line making a new widget action
    * @since 2.0 Add as a widget
    add_action(‘widgets_init’, function(){register_widget(‘YARPP_Widget’);});

    How would you manually delete the entire plugin?

    i looked in yarpp folder but i can see classes folder inside and cant locate YARPP_Widget.php

    Dammit, I have the same problem and my site is now inoperable.

    @ecommercesoftwarereviews use FTP or a file manager to delete the plugin – but renaming it will also work.

    @ionelneica the file is there because I have it up on my screen. In theory you could delete that file but it might have some dependencies in it and so better to do the rename plugin or delete entire plugin until it is fixed.

    @jason, do you suggest removing or renaming the whole directory for this plugin?

    @jason Kemp, I have deleted it and everything is back to normal, thank you for your help.

    i located the yarpp folder but cant locate classes/YARPP_Widget.php.
    i deleted the yarpp folder but cant access my site or go to dashboard.

    @ionelneica, if you deleted the YAARP folder inside wp-content>WP-plugins, you should be able to access your site and login.

    You might need to clear your browser cookies and such.

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