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Re: killed my Tiki by entering custom code into the banner area

ricks99 posts: 3002 4 stars Send eMail to User user offline United States

You can edit the database file directly. In the tiki-preferences table, you can go to the sitemycode_publish row and remove the offending code.

HTH,

-Rick



> I have killed our Tiki instaltation by enting materials into the top banner areacry
>
> * ADMIN > ADMIN HOME > SITE IDENTITY > entering materials into the custom code
> * or on the ........tiki-admin.php?page=siteid page
>
> The result is that no page can be displayed.
>
> How can I get rid of the custom code so can regain control of our site.
>
> Peter

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