HELP! Fatal error: Call to a member function getBlockTypeHandle()

I was having a lot of issues with Tweetcreet on my site so removed it using the dashboard and sent it into the bin.

Now ever since I have done that I get the following error when loading my home page:

Fatal error: Call to a member function getBlockTypeHandle() on a non-object in /home/teamstickman/ on line 41

I am assuming this is due to a block still on the page of tweetcreet which is can no longer load.

Is there anything I can do to resolve this issue?

Thanks in advance

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mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply
First, make sure you actually removed Tweetcrete from the Dashboard before you deleted it from the file system.

As a quick solution, I would try re-installing Tweetcrete.

To be sure your home page no longer contains any references the Tweetcrete block, you can try removing all the previous versions.
kevcorn replied on at Permalink Reply
Firstly than ks for the speedy response

Sorry, when I say removed it it was via the uninstall option and then selecting send to bin when it prompted.

I have attempted to reinstall the add-on but to no avail.

When you say remove all previous version, what do you mean?
mhawke replied on at Permalink Best Answer Reply
Go to Dashboard->Sitemap and click on your Home page and choose 'Versions'. You can remove old page versions by putting a checkmark beside your old versions and click the garbage can icon. You might have to do this several times because the window only displays about 10 versions at a time. You might also be able to turn the clock back to a version of the page that did not contain the Tweetcrete block but that will also revert the rest of the content on the home page as well which might not be desirable.
kevcorn replied on at Permalink Reply

Unfortunately, adding tweetcreet was one of the first things I did and so now I'm starting from scratch on this page again.

At least the page is back up.

Silver lining is that I still have a site I guess

Thanks so much for your help
mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply
Yes... Tweetcrete has caused a few problems. If you type 'Tweetcrete' into the search box on the forums, you will see lots of postings all because of an erroneous reference to the json.php file.