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Wordpress Parse error - Help!


#1
Hey guys, I've not been on here for a long time I know, I'm sorry :( I've been away and then came home and I havent done much web design as I've been super busy, so I'm sorry I have deserted DF!

But i'm back and really need your help.

I have a wordpress blog and I edited the functions.php file and it went wrong. So I put it back to how it was when I downloaded the template and now it's constantly coming up with this error:

Parse error: syntax error, unexpected '}' in /homepages/8/d421545640/htdocs/app421550661/wp-content/themes/delicate/functions.php on line 24
I don't know what has gone wrong and can't figure it out but here is the code:
Code:
<?php

$natty_themename = 'delicate';

$natty_current = '3.5.3';



$natty_manualurl = 'http://support.nattywp.com/index.php?act=kb';



$natty_functions_path = TEMPLATEPATH . '/functions/';

$natty_include_path = TEMPLATEPATH . '/include/';

$natty_license_path = TEMPLATEPATH . '/license/';



require_once ($natty_include_path . 'settings-color.php');

require_once ($natty_include_path . 'settings-theme.php');

require_once ($natty_include_path . 'settings-comments.php');



require_once ($natty_functions_path . 'core-init.php');



require_once ($natty_include_path . 'hooks.php');

require_once ($natty_include_path . 'sidebar-init.php');

require_once ($natty_include_path . 'widgets/flickr.php');

require_once ($natty_include_path . 'widgets/feedburner.php');

require_once ($natty_include_path . 'widgets/twitter.php');



require_once ($natty_license_path . 'license.php');

?>
Please help as I can't see what's wrong and this is the original code from the template that worked previously to me messing :(

Thanks xx
 
#2
PS: I darne't close my browser because, I haven't backed up my blog and when I try to open another link, it comes up with that same error :(

I dont want to loose everything x
 
#8
Sounds like you have opened <?php ?> whilst <?php was already open. So basically what you have is

<?php

code here

<?php

?>

So you've opened php inside of php which hasn't been closed...