Weirdest thing. I created a child theme for this one theme that I never used before, a client wanted to me to CSS it up a little differently so I figure I will do what I always do and make a child theme, throw a css file in there get the heading of the file all ready, made the changes to css, and then uploaded it to the themes. Luckily I never used his actual site I used a testing wordpress installation. After I activated the child theme it crashed the site, and it did this to two different wordpress installations. WHAT IN THE HECK!
I get a SERVR ERROR:
The website encountered an error while retrieving http://test.mydomain.net/wp-admin/themes.php?activated=true. It may be down for maintenance or configured incorrectly.
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