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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? hmm....it isn't a html file,is it?Click to expand... Any ideas what could be causing this and how it can be fixed? I'm afraid its impossible in a browserClick to expand... this content
FPForum, Nov 27, 2007 IP Richie_Ni Illustrious Member Messages: 10,728 Likes Received: 1,175 Best Answers: 0 Trophy Points: 410 #4 really? All Rights Reserved Log in or Sign up Social Buttons Digital Point Home Forums > Design > HTML & Website Design > Advertisingy u no do it? No more fatal errors due to get_header when loading the WordPress theme's index.php file directly. hmm....it isn't a html file,is it? https://ardamis.com/2011/06/02/fix-for-php-fatal-error-get_header-in-wordpress/
This entry was posted in Tutorials, Web Site Dev, WordPress and tagged 500 error, Apache, blogging, coding, php, programming, security, themes, troubleshooting, WordPress on 2 June 2011 by Oliver Baty. i use the theme arclite… Joe 18 October 2011 at 7:53 pm @jake: I have the same problem; only occurs on the 404 page. You can target relevant areas of the site and show ads based on geographical location of the user if you wish.
Designed and developed by Oliver Baty . If that doesn't work, navigate to your /wp-content/theme/ folder and delete the /arras/ folder. You'll have to upload the Arras theme again, or use a different theme. Crimsonc, Nov 27, 2007 IP FPForum Notable Member Messages: 4,045 Likes Received: 92 Best Answers: 0 Trophy Points: 210 Digital Goods: 3 #7 Crimsonc said: ↑ can you link to the
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sure http://www.domainhost.co.in -the site http://www.domainhost.co.in/wp-content/themes/hosting/header.php -the error page Basically, my overall goal is to have the header replace this one here: http://www.domainhost.co.in/clients/ however when I made the change it doesn't appear, However, when I try to visit an exact section, for example: mydomain.com/wp-content/themes/themename/header.php I get nothing but this error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: bloginfo() It gives me the filename plus i am using Zerif pro theme….please help header("Location: http://" . $_SERVER[‘HTTP_HOST'] . ""); could you write it more detail please Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be Ardamis Menu Skip to content HomeAboutPortfolioColophonContact How to fix the "PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function get_header()" error in WordPress 10 Replies While making changes to my WordPress theme, I
Shouldn't really matter, but I'm using my .htaccess to redirect 404 errors to my 404 page… In the htaccess file, I spelled out the dir path to the 404.php in my imp source Edit your .htaccess file so that instead of "ErrorDocument 404 /wp-content/themes/theme_name/404.php" it reads "ErrorDocument 404 /index.php?error=404" and it will redirect the visitor to your 404 page. 😀 Klamentyne 13 June 2014 Stay logged in Digital Point Home Forums > Design > HTML & Website Design > Log in to view your Analytics, AdSense & PayPal stats Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Search for: Recent Posts Configuration Manager component status logs return 0 messages due to backlog in statmgr.box retry directory Windows 10
I'm afraid its impossible in a browser Richie_Ni, Nov 27, 2007 IP FPForum Notable Member Messages: 4,045 Likes Received: 92 Best Answers: 0 Trophy Points: 210 Digital Goods: 3 #3 http://setiweb.org/php-fatal/php-fatal-error-call-to-undefined-function-domxml-new-doc.php Upload the Arras theme again to /wp-content/themes/arras/. u can see the sidebar by typing the path in your browser? Thankfully, the descriptive error wasn't being output to the browser, but was only being logged to the error_log file, due to the inclusion of the ini_set(‘display_errors', 0); line.
Post navigation ← Office 2010 Rearm Illinois Bright Start Match Promotion Update - You Lose, Slowpokes → 10 thoughts on “How to fix the "PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function Studio Office Hours Monday | 4-8:30pm Tuesday | 9-11:30am + 4-8:30pm Wednesday | 9-11:30am + 4-8:30pm Thursday | 9-11:30am + 4-8:30pm Friday | 4-6pm Saturday | 9-11am DR Newsletter Sign Up Nope, I was expecting to see the header..kind of like if i got to the same path only with sidebar.php, i see the sidebar.. http://setiweb.org/php-fatal/php-fatal-error-call-to-undefined-function-int.php If anyone finds a solution, please let me know cause I four sites that are currently affected by this Joe 18 October 2011 at 7:58 pm Found the solution at http://discussion.dreamhost.com/thread-25645.html.
And if something else in the file should throw an error, ini_set(‘display_errors', 0); means it still won't be sent to the browser. Call to undefined function: bloginfo() -WORDPRESS Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by FPForum, Nov 27, 2007. 0 FPForum Notable Member Messages: 4,045 Likes Received: 92 Best Answers: 0 Trophy All rights reserved.
u can see the sidebar by typing the path in your browser?
Trying to fix it now but I dont know anything about what an FTP Server is ardamis Post author10 July 2011 at 7:22 pm Guys, The "Fatal error: Call to undefined Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Contact Us Help Home RSS Terms The code I used to do this:
Dance Republic is a bright, modern, 7,000 square foot facility, located in the Gilbert Area on the corner of Higley Road and Elliot Road, with four large dance rooms. I decided the best way to handle this would be to check to see if the file could find the get_header function, and if it could not, simply redirect the visitor This only applies to some web hosts (Dream Host, GoDaddy and others; not the actual good hosting companies like mine, lmao). check my blog FPForum, Nov 27, 2007 IP Richie_Ni Illustrious Member Messages: 10,728 Likes Received: 1,175 Best Answers: 0 Trophy Points: 410 #2 What were you expecting to see?
I had learned this the hard way a few months ago when I found that calling the theme's index.php file directly would generate an error message, output to the browser, that Joe 10 July 2011 at 5:24 pm Thats what happened to me too. Nope, they are all php files. The problem seems to be with a widget in that theme.
This should allow you to access your site again. No, create an account now. pls can anyone help me out here. the code in the header?
Richie_Ni, Nov 27, 2007 IP FPForum Notable Member Messages: 4,045 Likes Received: 92 Best Answers: 0 Trophy Points: 210 Digital Goods: 3 #5 Richie_Ni said: ↑ really? If you don't know what an FTP client is, then you should ask someone you trust to help you. burhan 22 July 2014 at 6:34 am very thanks problem resolved get_header() Zinat 25 February 2016 at 5:11 am I have the problem of the same it says Fatal error: Call The first seven lines of my theme's index.php file: I realized that the error was being