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Giving WordPress Own Directory StyleSheet issue

  • I followed the instructions to give wordpress its own directory perfectly and everything works except for none of the pages are being styled by style.css. Literally everything else works. Any thoughts?

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  • esmi


    Forum Moderator

    Site url?

    Did you reference the stylesheet within the theme using something like <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="<?php bloginfo('stylesheet_url'); ?>" media="screen" />


    Yes I did reference the stylesheet using that php function and it worked until I changed the directory

    and the directory I moved wordpress to is ‘wpress’



    Forum Moderator

    The site looks fine to me in FF3.

    In fact, none of my stylesheets are being used and all have correct URL’s

    Weird, I just checked it in Safari and it looks good but it has no style in my FF3. Anyways, thanks for your help!

    I had the same problem – page would load but no css styles. I found that the <link> tag to reference the stylesheet was referencing “example.com/wp-content/theme…” instead of “example.com/thelocation/wp-content/theme…” Fortunately it’s working now, but unfortunately I don’t remember exactly what I did to fix it! The last thing I remember doing is changing the preferences back to the way they were originally (just loading the blog at example.com/thelocation with WP Address and WP URL set to example.com/thelocation) and then changing it again to the new way described in the article. I even tried going into the database and editing the wp-options table manually. Sorry, but I guess the best advice I can offer is to just keep fiddling with it….

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