Quote by: Blaine
That error is to generic and not reporting an issue with glMenu and the template class should not be reporting an error.
Try disabling other plugins and leave glMenu enabled - just use phpmyadmin to set pi_enabled to 0 is the easiest if you can not use the site. It may not be glMenu that is causing the issue.
Have you added any menu items or is this a default install?
Haven't added any menu items. I did try to set the config in the GUI to be under ProCSS and went to hit the update button and thats when the errors started. I ended up having to go into the database to delete the plugin by hand because I couldn't get to it on the site. It wouldn't uninstall unless I enabled it, and there again the error kept me from going any further. After deleting it by hand I reinstalled it, including the files, and it worked fine.