If you ever find yourself in a situation where your website appears hacked, corrupt, or odd – do not despair! Here are some ideas that you could try to repair, troubleshoot, etc. Good luck!
WordPress offers a repair utility, but it is typically turned off, by default. The process involves adding a line to the wp-config file and pushing a button at a special URL. Details are here:
If you are comfortable analyzing PHP code, there is a plugin available that adds a special debug menu to the WordPress bar. There is the base plugin found here:
Then, install the Debug Console Bar, which gives you the ability to write SQL/PHP from the same interface. This particular plugin is located here:
Of course, I recommend that you search/install plugins directly from the Plugins page found in the Administrator view.
This plugin was created as a method to unofficially get fixes out quicker to WordPress installations faster than the official releases. It can be found here: