Fatal error:

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    Hi I added the following code to the functions.php page and clicked view page.

    //call a function just before the query runs to fetch posts

    function change_post_type($var) {
    if(is_category()) {
    $var->query_vars[‘post_type’] = ‘any’;
    //it will change the value to ‘any’ from the default value of ;post’;
    //can be any, attachment, page, post, or revision.
    //’any’ retrieves any type except revisions.

    I got the following error!

    Fatal error: Cannot redeclare change_post_type() (previously declared in /home/julwre/WiredVoltage.com/wp-content/plugins/map-categories-to-pages/map-categories-to-pages.php:72) in /home/julwre/WiredVoltage.com/wp-content/themes/ifeature/functions.php on line 349

    Now I am unable to access the site or any of the functions in dashboard so undo the changes.

    Am I able to access the functions.php page another way so I can undo the changes???

    Many thanks

    The blog I need help with is www.wiredvoltage.com.



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