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  • Resolved techyfeely


    This occurred in 3.2 as well and I could never get it resolved but had narrowed it down to a “bad” theme that I installed. I removed that theme but could never get that page to load again so I cannot network activate any new themes, etc.

    I upgraded to 3.3 today and upgraded the database and the page loaded once again. Yay!! However, when I updated one of my themes, I get the same error.

    Now, I believe I know which theme is the problem and when I downgrade or remove the theme entirely from the directory, the theme.php page remains white – which I belive is a PHP problem but that page should not be really changed, I wouldn’t think.

    My best guess is that when I upgraded the Database, something was changed and fixed but now I cannot run the upgrade again (or can I?). If I hit upgrade.php, I am informed that my DB is up to date.


    Thanks in advance.

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  • techyfeely


    I just did the tried and true – removed all mu plugins and started from scratch. I think I found the problem with a combination of theme and cets_theme_info.php.

    Lost some functionality but got my theme page back.

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