Oops, Sorry! ‒ Facepalm moment. I broke down my client’s site last night. I designed the site few weeks ago and after receiving the last payment, I thought of customizing the site’s login screen too, although it wasn’t part of our agreement. I added the code to functions.php, updated it but… oops! syntax error, unexpected ‘<‘. Tried the back button, edited the file but of course it can’t be saved anymore. The worst part is, I don’t have FTP or cpanel access, just the WordPress Dashboard as I was working with iThemes Builder.
Had no choice but email the client and ask for FTP details. Now, everything’s back to normal. Lesson learned – Never edit functions.php if you don’t have FTP access and better use a functionality plugin.
Updated to WordPress 3.3 “Sonny” ‒ Just updated to WordPress 3.3 “Sonny” and what can I say? It’s getting better and better every upgrade. So far I’m liking the new media drag-and-drop uploader, hover menus for the navigation, the new toolbar and the quick/bulk edit for post formats. 🙂
WPshout is one of my favorite blogs about WordPress, I’ve learned a lot from it. The founder, Alex Denning is also very friendly. I’ve asked him several questions before and he’s so accommodating. He’s a 17 year old multi-talented WordPress Geek from United Kingdom. He’s half my age! 🙂