Oct 2012
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This is another helpful guest post from OSTraining. The topic today is how to disable broken Drupal themes and modules.

It's happened to all of us who use Drupal. We've installed a new theme or module and our beautiful homepage now looks like this:

Drupal error message

Here are ways you can try to solve this problem and get your site back online.

These solutions are a good place to start but none of them will work for everyone. The right solution for your site will depend on which version of Drupal you're using, what modules and themes you have installed and which part of the site is broken.

Solution 1: Disable via the admin

You can try to visit the admin area directly by using URLs. For example, you could try to add /admin/ to your site's URL.

If t...