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[Solved] Got error when actvated old addons after wpForo 2.0.2 update | Don't activate the deactivated old addons after updating wpForo

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(@fredbaxter)
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My website did an automatic update.... These plugins are now up to date:
- wpForo (from version 1.9.9.2 to 2.0.2)

After checking the plugins I realized that the 4 "addons" that I have are inactive so not knowing any better,I did click on the "Embeds" to activate it and I got an "Error thrown

Call to undefined function wpforo_get_template_slug()" and now I can NOT even login to my website as a guest or admin....so now what do I should do??...

Help please as to what to do next,thanx....

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Wendell
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(@wendell)
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Joined: 5 years ago

The old v2.xx addons are not compatible with the new wpForo v2. Addons need to be updated to the v3 versions.

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(@fredbaxter)
Joined: 6 months ago

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@wendell ...would appreciate direction on how to get/log in back to the site as it is giving me this error and does NOT allow me to login....thanx

"Error thrown

Call to undefined function wpforo_get_template_slug()"...

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Topic starter
(@fredbaxter)
Active Member
Joined: 6 months ago

I can not login to the Wordpress site(to make the changes)or my own site,either as an Admin or as a member...same error message....thanx

Error thrown

Call to undefined function wpforo_get_template_slug()"...

dimalifragis
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(@dimalifragis)
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Joined: 3 years ago

Are all your addons vs3 ? Updated?

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Topic starter
(@fredbaxter)
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Joined: 6 months ago

I have downloaded the ver 3 Add ons but NO i did not updated yet...I can not get in to the website,to do the updating as I am locked out??...how can I get in,no login page....thanx

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Robert
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@fredbaxter,

Please delete addon folders using some FTP client or the File manager of your Hosting cPanel, the addons folders are located in /wp-content/plugins/ admin page. This will fix the site access issue. Then install the new ones.

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