CMS returns code instead of page


I have a very simple site about a year old with only 3-4 pages I created. Very simple theme with only a couple of minor tweaks to CSS. I just noticed one of my older pages was returning what looks like a PHP close tag (instead of the page).

The result is an empty page with two characters:

This result is the same whether logged in to the CMS or not. I created a new page, and the new page behaved the same way. Yet, a simple test page I created earlier in the evening seemed to work fine.

Of course, I've made a number of changes to the site in the past couple of months without backing up, so I don't want to just restore the DB. I did run a back up and install a couple of updates, and it behaves the same way.

I could probably take snapshots of the pages and make the edits if somebody thinks restoring will correct the issue.

Anybody seen this before?


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citytech2 replied on at Permalink Reply
Have a look at your static pages mainly default page. I think there is any unwanted php code persists.

jero replied on at Permalink Reply
Is it possible that you're using php short tags, and your hosting platform has been upgraded and doesn't have them enabled?