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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by hackers4free, Jan 14, 2015.

  1. hackers4free

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    Hello, yesterday i erased all content from folder: public_html/wp-content/plugins , and now i can`t log-in as administrator , it gives me an error like that from attached photo.. can anybody help me to fix this??

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    You might want to re-upload the super cache module and any others its calling for, to get back in. When trying to fix a problem, I'm assuming thats what you were doing here, you might consider moving files/directories instead of blindly deleting them.

    For more assistance with this, please visit the wordpress.org support forums. This isn't an issue with your cPanel.
     
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    i just wanted to remove all plugins cause one of them had an error..

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    (at wordpress.org nobody replied me yet..) can you tell me how exactly do i do that?
     
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    Moving is still the safest way to go. If you had moved the directories, you could simply move them back and the site would be working.

    Download the module you need from the proper download site:
    /https://wordpress.org/plugins/wp-super-cache/
    I assume thats the one for super cache.

    Upload the files from that download, that you deleted, to the plugins directory.

    Assuming you didn't uninstall the plugin properly, just deleted stuff, uploading the files needed to the plugins directory might get you back in business.
     
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    it s working, thank you very much!!
     
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    Nice. Good luck with the site.
     
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