[Plugin: CSS] Theme error, comment form error, child theme plugin error
I didn’t know where to put this question because I just get more and more different kinds of errors on my blog http://avintageloveaffair.se
Right now I can’t install the theme Coraline. I deleted it, but it tells me that it’s still there, however I can’t find it when I search for it. I deleted the theme because I changed something in a code somewhere–which made the blog look all weird–and wanted the whole original theme back with its unaltered CSS stylesheet and stuff.
I changed the CSS codes because sometime after I switched from my old theme to this new one, Coraline, all of a sudden the comment form was gone. Where you should have been able to write a comment it just said that “The form can not be shown in a box, click here to open it in a new window”. If you did that, it worked to comment.
I want the Coraline theme because it’s one of the few (and I’ve tried a lot of them) free WordPress themes that has a three-column option and resizes your pictures to fit the posts new width.
Oh, and I also installed the plugin One-Click Childtheme at some point in order to make the header taller. I read somewehere that by creating a child theme and paste a few lines of CSS in it, it would make your header bigger. And it did. But then it started to act weird when I tried to solve the problem with the comments so I tried to delete them. I also tried to delete the plugin, but just as with the Coraline theme, it seems like its ghost is still there because I can’t reinstall it. Or delete it once and for all.
As you can see, it’s all a big, nasty mess and I don’t know at all what to do anymore. I don’t even know what to google for, I practically don’t know anything about this kind of stuff.
Somebody who know what I can do? How do I get my old blog back with the regular Coraline theme? And how do I delete the One-Click Child Theme plugin so that I can eventually install it again and use it to fix my header?
Thanks, thanks, thanks…
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