One of my clients has messed her Wordpress site up, from what I can gather she stopped the upgrade process before it had finished while upgrading to WP 3.0
I thought i would be able to fix it with a manual upgrade via ftp but i'm still getting the same error
Fatal error: Call to a member function add_rewrite_tag() on a non-object in /home/content/s/i/l/sileobroin/html/blog/wp-includes/taxonomy.php on line 289
Could I ask one of you experts to explain to me what may of happened and what my best cause of action is to get it back up and running is
There is $20 on the table
Thanks in advance for any takers. This site is a triumph in my opinion!
Rashad Aliyev answers:
You can make it manually. If you don't want to give any site information to anyone then do like this.
See this links below: http://codex.wordpress.org/Updating_WordPress
Make this manually step by step.
That's guaranteed way!
however you can connect with me from my profile. I'm available now.
Rashad Aliyev comments:
<em><strong>I'm glad to help you! Mission Completed! </strong></em>
Milan Petrovic answers:
Sometimes upgrade problems lead to missing or incomplete files that in the end miss some functions. Function you are missing is in rewrite.php file in wp-includes. Easiest is to copy this file again (and overwrite exiting if it's maybe cut). But, maybe more files are missing, so delete wp-admin and wp-includes folders and copy them over FTP again.