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  • Joanne

    (@bluejpro)


    WordPress version 2.7

    Okay: I did this bad thing —
    I wanted to move my blog to a new subdomain.

    But instead of doing it the right way, I just re-named the subdirectory on the server from “oldname” to “newname”.

    Then I defined the new subdomain in my hosting service, and re-installed Word-Press over the old installation.

    I loaded the comments and posts. That’s okay.

    But I can’t see the Themes directory. I have blixed and silvray in the Themes directory. They were perfectly visible in the dashboard before the changes.

    What do I need to change to see the themes in the Themes directory?

    Thanks (and I promise I’ll do it right from now on)

    Joanne

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  • Joanne

    (@bluejpro)

    Correction

    I can see the Themes directory. But I can only see the default theme options that come with WordPress.

    I can’t see the additional themes I uploaded to the Themes directory.

    Thanks for any help.

    Samuel B

    (@samboll)

    Joanne

    (@bluejpro)

    Samboll –
    Thanks

    I got the themes to show up in “available themes?

    But the image url’s were not working

    So using your above link, — I tried the quickfix method, where you edit the function.php file of the ative theme.

    I am now unable to log into the admin panel, or see the blog

    Here is the error message:
    Warning: Cannot modify header information – headers already sent by (output started at /home/bluejpro/public_html/bbyrnes/wp-content/themes/blixed/functions.php:232) in /home/bluejpro/public_html/bbyrnes/wp-includes/pluggable.php on line 850

    I have re-loaded the original functions.php.

    Any suggestions?

    Thank you —

    Joanne

    Samuel B

    (@samboll)

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Answers-Troubleshooting#Headers_already_sent
    review this

    it’s being thrown by your theme’s functions.php but it’s calling pluggable.php so it could be a plugin being naughty, also.

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