I've had this problem for months ever since upgrading my Wordpress back in the spring I believe. I just went through the latest upgrade and the problem persists. Both times upon upgrading, I was unable to login to my wp-admin page/dashboard and received a "not found" error. I was able to correct this by a series of measures that didn't make any sense (installing, uninstalling, etc.) and eventually that problem when away. HOWEVER, this problem persists. On every page on my site, this error displays at the bottom:
Fatal error: Call to undefined function thmfooter_login_link() in /home/content/88/7974888/html/wp-content/themes/autofocusplus/thematic-functions.php on line 422
Interestingly, if you google that exact error, you will find endless autofocusplus and pro sites that display the exact same error.
Can you help? I'd really like to get rid of this message and correct the error. It also appears my twitter feed has not updated since I did the latest WP upgrade on 10/8.
Francisco Javier Carazo Gil answers:
If your site has fully functionality, you can directly in your functions.php do the next:
$nothing_to_do = 0;
Thanks- this helped me to find the code I needed to just delete the accreditation that was causing the error in the footer. It was in thematic-functions.php, which is specific to this particular theme, autofocusplus. The code on this one is rather confusing but deleting it solved the problem rather than adding additional code.
Francisco Javier Carazo Gil comments:
I told you about inserting this code, because it's easier, but yes, it is better deleting.