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here's the site: www.evolvtec.golocalexpert.com

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '}' in /home2/inbrazil/public_html/evolvtec/wp-content/themes/Divi/epanel/custom_functions.php on line 1264

Here is the custom_functions.php line 1264:

function et_add_responsive_shortcodes_css(){
global $shortname;

if ( 'on' == et_get_option( $shortname . '_responsive_shortcodes', 'on' ) )
    //responsive css if needed}
  • What does the function that contains that error look like? – czerspalace Apr 14 '15 at 17:41
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    You should indent your code correctly, it'll make these kinds of errors much easier to spot – Tom J Nowell Apr 14 '15 at 17:47
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(See comments by others for your PHP error - though I'd recommend a good editor or IDE to help you spot syntax errors quickly and tidy the code for you as you type.)

Re: the question title, no, you usually don't have to do a clean install if there is an error with a theme and you find yourself locked out of the main site and /wp-admin.

There's a simple way to reset to the default WordPress theme (e.g. Twenty Fifteen).

  • In (S)FTP etc., rename the theme directory from Divi to Divi-temp
  • You should now be able to access /wp-admin again
  • You'll see this message: "The active theme is broken. Reverting to the default theme."
  • Now fix your theme / restore a working copy from a backup and re-enable it.

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