wp-includes/pluggable.php error!

I am in the midst of doing some minor changes on my Entertainment website (you know what, I’m just going to call it my website so I don’t have to keep writing that) so I created a test site on an unused domain.

I downloaded the theme I’m using now (Studio Press Lifestyle Theme) from Filezilla, zipped it up and uploaded it into my test site.

After I activated it, I began adding some plugins to make it look exactly like my current site. I activated one plug in and got an error. I didn’t keep the error code it gave me (sorry!).

I refreshed the site but the error was still there. I called Bluehost and they deleted the plug-in for me.

I did this several more times and kept getting the same error. I then decided to delete the WordPress install and just start from scratch.

Guess what, it did it AGAIN only this time I kept getting different errors, including this one: wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 865. Other errors I got were plug-in errors and errors when I was trying to log out of WordPress.

Out of frustration, I decided to try something else.  I went to BlueHost’s control panel and then to file manager and zipped up the theme from there instead of FileZilla. Once that was zipped, I downloaded it to my desktop and re-uploaded it to the test site.

Guess what? It worked.

No more problems.

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