[resolved] Urgent! Can't access WP anymore due to PHP error (3 posts)

  1. SilkchenGermany
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Dear Bloggers,

    this is a total beginners question here so whatever suggestion you may have, please answer it the easiest way you can.

    I have created a new Blog recently.


    The template I bought for it works just fine (it has been installed by someone who knows PHP, so NOT me)...I get along pretty well with the backend of the WP 2.7 and even installed a couple of plugins that work just fine :-)

    Buddypress caught my eye and I didn't know it doesn't work with my WP. I downloaded and installed it, got a message saying successfully installed or something but I cannot see it in my plugins list. It doesn't work, but I don't know how to delete.

    Biggest problem:

    I have a huge warning message above my dashboard now and visitors to my homepage can see it too! (see URL above)

    Number two: I cannot access my admin page anymore! After clicking enter the whole screen is full of error messages. (The ones you can see on the main page plus:
    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /homepages/8/d240138894/htdocs/wwwroot/ba_reunion/wp-settings.php:465) in /homepages/8/d240138894/htdocs/wwwroot/ba_reunion/wp-login.php on line 255

    Warning: Cannot modify header information - headers already sent by (output started at /homepages/8/d240138894/htdocs/wwwroot/ba_reunion/wp-settings.php:465) in /homepages/8/d240138894/htdocs/wwwroot/ba_reunion/wp-login.php on line 267 )

    So here are my questions:
    How can I access my wp again? How can I fix my settings or manually delete the non-working plugins?

    Please keep in mind: I have never done this before and have no PHP knowledge.

    :-((( I appreciate any kind of help, this is urgent for me and I am totally lost.


  2. MichaelH
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Please review How do I solve the Headers already sent warning problem?

    if necessary read How to deactivate all plugins when not able to access the administrative menus?, but in your case you might just try deleting the buddypress plugin (wp-content/plugins/buddypress???) if that's your problem

  3. SilkchenGermany
    Posted 7 years ago #

    Hey Micheal,

    thanks for the reply! My PHP person knew how to access the settings without me logging in on the regular wp login page.

    We simply deleted the buddypress plugin manually as you suggested and it worked. I still wouldn't know how to do it by myself, but the page is back up and working... ;-)

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