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  • Does anyone know what this following code means –

    Warning: preg_match() [function.preg-match]: Unknown modifier ‘t’ in

    I logged out of my wp admin and came back the following morning to find I could not log in because the whole page was this code

    Warning: preg_match() [function.preg-match]: Unknown modifier ‘t’ in

    I can go to my blog and the code only covers the header so you can see most of page heres my URL http://mymassprofit.com

    So I am totally locked out off my wp-admin.

    I would really appreciate some feedback

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  • ftp to site or use host’s file manager to rename the /plugins folder
    this will deactivate them and should let you log in
    rename folder back to re-activate plugins and test

    Thanks heaps for your reply
    So if I FTP to site rename the /plugins folder, what do I name it?

    1) So you mean the wordpress plugins folder that is my blog and I just rename that folder while it is online using FTP what do I name it? And how do I rename back in wordpress. I can remember activating one of the plugins called
    Akismet.

    Also Is filemanager a part of Cpanel?

    Also when I reactivate the plugins wont it do The same thing and lock me out of blog? At least now I know theres a back door cheers

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    1) So you mean the wordpress plugins folder that is my blog and I just rename that folder while it is online using FTP what do I name it? And how do I rename back in wordpress. I can remember activating one of the plugins called

    it doesn’t matter what you rename it to, and to change it back you just do it the same way. NOT from inside wordpress.

    Yes, FileManager is cpanel.

    And when you reactivate your plugins do them one at a time. that way, it will be obvious which one was wonky, then you go back to your file manage and just REMOVE the plugin.

    Thanks guys that worked a treat so far still have to activate and rename.
    I am trying to use wild card sub-domains with a program called massive passive profits. So far my 1st blog is great its just trying to create the sub-blogs thats doing my head in a bit. Been at it for 3 weeks If you want to know anything about musical resources visit my blog that you just helped me break into @ http://mymassprofit.com/

    Thanks again Claude

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    well, if it helps, creating the subomdains has nothing to do with your other plguin. so forget that for a bit, but remember the plguin may not work on multisite.

    as for the wildcard subdomains, first stop is to ask your webhost if they support them. saves your brain. 😉

    I have managed to get back in but when I activate the Plugin I am using to create the sub blogs I get the same error so I have had to disable it untill I can get more help to work it out. Following is a description and name of the plugin its called Massive Passive Plug-in

    Massive Passive plugin brings you the ability to create a wordpress mu site, and auto post posts by pulling content from Amazon, Youtube and article directories. Its creator is, Bill McRea Does anyone know of him?

    Yes I specificly got hosting with hostgator who have support for wildcard subdomains so that is not the problem. Could it be the theme I am using which is called Talia.

    Andrea Rennick

    (@andrea_r)

    Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress

    You’ll have to contact the plugin author directly.

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