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  • Maybe FF (or your server, actually) doesn’t like a folder name like this: Pretty in Pink.
    It is always a bad omen to have spaces in a folder or file name.

    as well as “\”s 😀 (except when using Microsoft-Software)

    The “correct” link to the stylesheet would be in Pink/style.css on that server.

    So either you change it to “fit” or (much better!) rename the stylesheet; for example replace the spaces with underscores or hyphens.

    Nice layout btw – had to start InternetExploder for the first time since MONTHS(!) to look at it – but I was too curious =:^)

    Okay, how and where do I make this change or do I have to have my provider do it?

    Just go to your wp-content-folder, look for the directory “Pretty in Pink” and rename it to something like pretty-in-pink or whatever you want; just avoid the _spaces_ between the words.

    After that go to your Admin-page, choose “Themes” and “activate” the renamed Theme.


    Moderator James Huff


    First, active the Default Theme in your Presentation menu. Then, via login to your server via FTP (or whatever file tranfser method you use) and change the name of /Pretty in Pink/ to either /Pretty-in-Pink/ or /prettyinpink/ . Then, return to the Presentation menu, and activate the Pretty in Pink theme.

    ::blast, too slow again::

    Wow, that IS simple. I eventually had my provider do it…but you certainly got me in the right direction and I thank you! I now have my dream theme 😀

    a lot of servers don’t like spaces, prettyinpink

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