I’m currently in the process of updating and adding several templates to my website for my dedicated users to choose from. I use the same set of PHP files in the creation of all my themes and just set them in their unique directories as usual.
The themes themselves work; index, post, etcetera all works and views properly. My default theme, http://site.leliathomas.com/index.php?wptheme=Clear, works normally, and my currently only other semi-finished theme, http://site.leliathomas.com/index.php?Between+the+Times, works as well. For the most part.
The problem is with the Page Template.
“Clear” is the default theme, and when I am in the alternate, “Between the Times,” theme, going to a page (such as http://site.leliathomas.com/about) picks up on the default template, not the chosen one. It seems like a cookie error or something? So, “Between the Times,” though it has its own Page Template, picks up on the default template.
The other odd thing is that this only happens in Firefox, not in IE. I have tried clearing my cache and cookies in Firefox to no avail, too. I’m beginning to wonder if it’s just my browser, haha!
Any possible idea as to what I am doing wrong?
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