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Tagged: Http 505 Error
I accidentally added and then deleted something from the theme (template.php) and now I get a “HTTP ERROR 500” error and can’t access my site or log in. Please help.
My website is: http://modernliving.byethost31.com
I can provide you more details to fix the problem. It’s really urgent. Thanks in advanced.
I tried those common suggestions but still failed. I find one solution on Net: Go back to the default theme.
//If getting rid of the plugins didn’t help, revert back to the default theme. To do that, just delete your current theme’s directory from wp-content/themes.
When the theme goes missing, WordPress will use the default one instead.
At this stage, take your theme, revert the changes you made recently, re-upload and reactivate it.//
but how can I “take my theme, revert the recent changes and re-upload and reactivate it”? Can you help with this? I hope I don’t need to reset everything with the default Build Pro theme.
All you need to do is go to ftp and reupload the build pro theme files in wp-content/themes and replace the original files.
File upload of theme won’t effect the database so it should work just fine and pick it up from where you left last.
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