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  • PhP broke my front page

    I broke my front page of my website, by adding in a php script. Im no longer able to get to the site from the front page, nor can i edit it. Ive looked around, found a few things to disable php module. That did allow me to see my front page, without graphics. I wasnt able to edit the page.

    How can i take this broken php script off / disable so i can edit the page. Or delete the front page if need be, as long as i dont loose my users / post i dont care.

    Heres the website, if it matters. <---Broken php script, only showing a blank page. <---- works


    Edit: I was using the drag and drop php module, on the right side bar widet.

  • #2
    bring up my post


    • #3
      AdminCP > Options > General Settings > Disable PHP, Static HTML, and Ad Module rendering > No

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      • #4
        worked!!!! thanks alot buddy!


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