Clicking ‘Dashboard’ on the dashboard (/wp-admin/) fetches
/wp-admin/index.php?page=index.php, which launches part of my background and page-header (instead of the proper admin stylesheet), then says:
“Error: Can’t find the template.html file!”
Why does the dashboard link to /wp-admin/index.php?page=index.php ?
I investigated the code in /wp-admin/menu.php, and found:
// This array constructs the admin menu bar.
// Menu item name
// The minimum level the user needs to access the item
// The URL of the item’s file
$menu = array(__(‘Dashboard’), ‘read’, ‘index.php’);
etc.. I tried removing index.php, leaving ”, and also tried replacing it with ‘.’ , but that just caused the word Dashboard and its link to disappear.
The other links of similar format work, for example
What can I do?
(And: Am I the only one with this problem? It’s a problem because if there are wierd glitches like this, my techno-phobic colleagues won’t use the blog.)
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