I was just clicking the update button behind in the admin panel. it said no enough space in my hosting. then i went and removed some files and tried again then it was processing the wp update. suddenly it took me to a blank page and now the entire site looks empty.

I am guessing this could be due to space limitation in hosting account. even though i removed a few and tried updating, it might have meet not enough space in the middle of updating and its leading to this issue.

Also in the mean time i tried accessing this page: www.mywebsite.com/wp-admin/update-core.php and got the below error.

Fatal error: Call to undefined function nocache_headers() in /home/webmas8/public_html/azraar/wp-admin/admin.php on line 32

This is the website that causes the issue: http://www.azraar.com/

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    Sep 3, 2013 at 8:49

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Probably the update wasn't complete and some files are missing.

If you have FTP access, follow these steps.

  1. Download you wp-config.php and save it somewhere.
  2. In the wp folder on server delete everything but the wp-content folder
  3. Have a DB backup, if you can
  4. Download from wordpress.org the zip of wordpress and extract it
  5. At this moment remove the wp-content folder from the extracted zip
  6. Also remove the wp-config-sample.php and put there your wp-config.php
  7. Via FTP, upload to server all the files

Now it should work, but probably you have to change hosting...


Well it looks like it's running ok from front end. I did get a notice saying that your Wordpress Database needed upgrading though. I'd suggest you visit: http://www.azraar.com/wp-admin and click that (after backing up your DB as previously suggested) as it might fix your problem. Good luck


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