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[Resolved] why is this error message on my front page?

  • WordPress database error: [You have an error in your SQL syntax; check the manual that corresponds to your MySQL server version for the right syntax to use near ” at line 1]
    SELECT cat_id, cat_name FROM

    Thanks!

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  • The real question is: what did you do before the error appeared?

    erm I think it may have appeared after I tried to fiddle about with the widgets. But I noticed this error right from the start if I chose certain ‘themes’ infact one of the themes loads an error message with my password on the front page, and that was just when I first installed wordpress without touching anything.
    Thanks

    I have never seen any theme that displays your password. You must be doing something wrong or your setup is not OK.

    Not knowing what WP version is in use – cannot help. Themes tend to be incompatible with some versions.

    Always give details and links when asking for help.
    Vague questions get vague answers.

    ok this post is finished

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