Page says function not found, but the page exists

If your web application uses a function found in a particular file, but the application says that the function does not exist, then the file was probably corrupted during the upload process, or during the download process from the software vendor's website. The best way to correct this is to redownload the software package from the vendor's website, and then reupload the corrupt file.

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