OK, here is my situation (sorry for the long explanation, trying to be clear an concise):
Running on a local copy of Apache and MySQL on
OS X Panther (10.3).
I am doing some testing locally while I redesign my site to add in WordPress when I relaunch. I have added Alex’s style-switcher to my otherwise unmoded wp install. The list of styles appears without error in the menu bar. When I select one of the 3 alternate styles from the menu the URL shows the new style (index.php?wpstyle=dots), the page refreshes and the style remains the wp-default style.
If I set a different default style as the readme file explains to, the new style applies fine, but again using the style-switcher menu of styles does not change the style of the page.
In both cases the refreshed page *does* know which style should be loaded, as it grays this option. It just doesn’t apply the style to the page.
Keying in the url with the ?wpstyle=dots (for example) does not change the style either. I’ve also checked each style.css file, and they are there as intended.
Anybody have ANY ideas of where to start on this?
Thanks for any ideas, I’m going to bed cause it is getting late here in the midwest of the USA. 🙂
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