I developed a website free for a school a few years ago at scoilmhuirejs.com
It's on an old version of Wordpress — God knows which version — but the version is no longer supported since my hosts upgraded to a newer version of PHP.
Yes, I could just upgrade Wordpress via FTP — which I've never done before, by the way — but the thing is that I've got loads of plugins that help the teachers in the school update the website with minimal of hassle. The version of Wordpress is highly customised, and I never planned to have to upgrade it. The process on there is dead simple for them, but now it no longer works.
Is there ANY way to get around this without updating to the newest version of Wordpress? My host says that turning of PHP errors is not going to happen, as I'm on a shared server.
I really don't have the time to be re-developing this for free. It was done for free as a once-off thing, not something that I would have to come back to. But I suppose that's what you get.
Any help is greatly appreciated!