kubrich (4 posts)

  1. carthik
    Posted 10 years ago #

    You might want to email michael, the author of the Kubrick Package's help file.

  2. NuclearMoose
    Posted 10 years ago #

    My suggestion is that you start clean. I have downloaded Kubrick myself today, and I am going to try to install it.
    As far as renaming the htaccess_example file, it's simply a matter of moving it to the current location of your .htaccess file on your server, and then what you can do, is rename your current .htaccess file to something like original.htaccess, and then rename the htaccess_example file to .htaccess.
    Once you have done this, you need to go into your Admin panel in WP to Options » Permalinks and press the Update Permalink Structure button.

  3. presto
    Posted 10 years ago #

    I am having the same problem with Kubrick.
    I will say this up front, my blog is in a subdirectory
    I downloaded the files, uploaded them, placed the rules into my .htaccess file in the root pointing to my blog directory. I even updated the permlink structure and when I went back to the blog, could not access older posts, the 404 error page would come up and the blog is looking for an directory that is not present within the blog subdirectory. I had even placed a test post up and tried to comment to it with no luck.
    I had to go back to my old template. I like the Kubrick template and would like it to be on my site in the future if I can get it working.

  4. dss
    Posted 10 years ago #

    i've been bailing totally on my own designs and using Kubrick as my backend template. i love it.
    there have been a few set up issues, but overall, it's nothing that's not quickly solved so far.
    perhaps my notes will help you:
    hope so.

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