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    I have done nothing on the site since recently showing a white screen.
    I turned off all the plugin. It still does not work. How to fix it

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  • Could you turn on the debug mode or check your logs? that can help us to see what’s going on there.



    I have not done anything with the site for a long time.

    Fatal error: Uncaught Error: Call to undefined function leadx_get_the_post_id() in /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-content/themes/woods/header.php:21 Stack trace: #0 /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-includes/template.php(688): require_once() #1 /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-includes/template.php(647): load_template('/home/nowydwor/...', true) #2 /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-includes/general-template.php(41): locate_template(Array, true) #3 /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-content/themes/woods/base.php(1): get_header('page') #4 /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-includes/template-loader.php(74): include('/home/nowydwor/...') #5 /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-blog-header.php(19): require_once('/home/nowydwor/...') #6 /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/index.php(17): require('/home/nowydwor/...') #7 {main} thrown in /home/nowydwor/ftp/hotelnowydwornew/wp-content/themes/woods/header.php on line 21

    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by pbpiotr.



    • This reply was modified 2 years ago by pbpiotr.


    Looks like your theme might have broke.

    I’d kill the theme via ftp or the file manager and let the default theme take over if it can. That’s the next step once you’ve turned off the plugins.

    Your other option might be to restore from a backup. I wouldn’t restore the database just yet if I had the choice but the files may be broken or a recent update might have clobbered something.

    Let us know if you need more help or ask your webhost for help.

    leadx_get_the_post_id() seems to be an internal function from your theme. I would first rollback to the latest backup you have and meanwhile contacting the theme provider for getting support, the theme devs seem to be Template Monster I think.



    I contacted TemplateMonster support and I’m waiting for an answer.

    The panel wp-admin is work correct. I also have all shortcode in page, page, post, media in panel wp-admin. I do not have a backup. My web hosting has backup from 48 hours back. I will take this copy and im waitig for answer TemplateMonster. Maybe it’s a matter that they solve quickly and without any problems.



    TM doesn’t fix your hosting. Not that I’ve ever heard of. @jnashhawkins gave you excellent advice. Start from there. Rename the folder of the theme you’re using like so

    mythemename to mythemename-bu

    WP default them will take over and then see if that helps. This is not a DB issue so don’t go and use a backup from 6 hours ago unless it is absolutely necessary. Otherwise you’ll lose everything you’ve done from that time.

    White screens are nothing to panic over.



    Ok, all thank you very much. I repair it 🙂

    Best regards

    Last thing I did was try to empty the cache. 1/2 hour later the system was still working. That can’t be right.
    So now every time I try to log in to work on the web site (both domains) I get this message:
    application/x-httpd-eig-php52 (418 bytes)
    Firefox browser options for the file is “open” or “save”. Neither works correctly. Firefox doesn’t recognize the file because there is no dot extension

    I don’t know the file structure of WP. I have no clue where to start doing anything. Maybe I can reinstall WP if that will fix anything. I don’t even know how to do that.

    Not afraid to muck around in the file system but I have no idea where to start.

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