Hi there all. I made a shocking mistake and am completely perplexed by how to go forward.
I'm using tiki 1.7.5 and created a banner module - name: 'Use this space' which I assigned to be viewed by admin only. When it ran, the site crashed and I got the message:
Fatal error: Smarty: in evaluated template line 1: syntax error: expecting '=' after attribute name 'Zone' (Smarty_Compiler.class.php, line 1379) in /home/directory/sitename.org/tiki/Smarty/Smarty_Compiler.class.php on line 1857
The problem is that I now cannot access the site as an administrator, which is exactly how I'd need to access it to correct the problem with the banner.
This is very embarrassing but can anyone think of a way I can get round this? I'm guessing if people know a back-door or hack on this they probably won't want to announce is here but do reply to me through this site if you can think of anything, Thankfully, the site is still is up but I'm in trouble if I can't get round this as I've been grappling with my host about incrementing the maximum script execution time for the php.ini so haven't been able to back-up for 2 weeks.
It occurs to me that if I could alter the style or tpl files in a particular way I could stop tiki trying to display the problematic module... Any thoughts?
Here's hoping someone can help!