How to change a buggy block

17.1. How to change a buggy block

You activated a buggy PHP-Nuke block. Now, your site is broken and you get a blank page, or you only see errors and the administration panel is unreachable because the block breaks your page's design...

There is a very simple solution to this very annoying problem (see Site crashed when block was created): just replace the broken block, say block-Broken.php, with a script that does not contain anything but the following line:

<?php $content=""; ?>

Then, the administration panel should be reachable and you can deactivate the offending block.

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Chris Karakas, Maintainer PHP-Nuke HOWTO


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