Once the upgrading of Tamil blog is done I checked the home page, there is a warning error message.
Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/mayuonli/public_html/blog/wp-includes/classes.php on line 92
I was lost and I can’t figure out a reason for this error message, for above all same error message was displayed in admin panel as well. If it’s a theme related issue then it won’t be making error message in Admin panel rite? (but it’s not true!!!)
I was making requests in wordpress.org forums, but no one seems to be helping me out. I myself decided to revert it back to 2.3.3
I removed the contents of the installed WordPress folder and then uploaded the back up. Later I restored the database as well.
Then I try to access my home page at http://mayuonline.com/blog, there it asked me to install a new instance of a wordpress. As it requested I installed the new instance and I found that I lost my incoming links.
To correct the incoming links problem, I changed the permalink structure back to earlier style. Oops, I got my Blog back but its still 2.3.3.
Later I talked with Ravi via gtalk and found that the previous error message was a result of an unsupported theme.
The theme I was using in my English blog is compatible with WordPress 2.5 while the theme that I used in my Tamil blog was not compatible with WordPress 2.5
I changed the theme and upgraded to WordPress 2.5, Now it’s working like nothing.. so cool.
Whenever you encounter a problem in WordPress don’t panic as I panicked. Go to google.com and do a googling with the error message, most probably you’ll find an answer online, else go to wordpress support and make a request. Still you can’t find an answer, then ask from an existing WordPress user.
Don’t ever mess up everything and think too much technically as I did. There are always simple solutions available for the WordPress problems. I’ll continue to love this amazing blogging platform!!!
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