Drupal disaster

I have a Drupal disaster. Not sure what happened.
Problem started when the slider simply stopped working. No images or even image field.
I purchased a new theme and was trying to install it.
Now, I don't even see the command line (Structure, Modules, etc.) when logged in.

Any idea what I did wrong or how to get back to work on the project?
Any help is much appreciated.

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Aaron FeledyDrupal Developer and ConsultantCommented:
It looks like you've got an error that isn't being displayed. Log in to your hosting control panel. You should have an option to view apache error logs. It will add a line to that log each time the page is viewed and an error is generated.

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Have you been using the backup and migrate module to keep the site backed up? Or do you use a webhost that that get you a backup of the database from before the disaster if you are not using backup and migrate?
Can you try re-uploading all of the Drupal files for the version you are using? And make sure all the files have uploaded.
buddy711Author Commented:
Thank you all very much for your input.
I think I had the new theme partially installed or something.
Once I got the components in the right places, it worked.
Looks good now, just have to do customization.
If you are not using the backup and migrate module, I would suggest using it so you can always get your site back in case of a disaster that is not as easy to fix.
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