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  • Reset the plugins folder by renaming it to plugins-hold.

    thanks Esmi, you’re still hanging in there 😉

    This is what I have now when I login

    WordPress

    Database Update Required

    WordPress has been updated! Before we send you on your way, we have to update your database to the newest version.

    The update process may take a little while, so please be patient.

    Update WordPress Database

    ——

    What to do?

    And what is the reason?

    Jane

    Yeh – I’m still here. Like the proverbial bad penny. 😉

    It sounds like something is stopping the datbase from being updated. did you rename the plugin’s folder? If so, can you try a reset using Phpmyadmin in case you’ve got a really vampiric plugin still hanging on?

    I didn’t tell it to do the update.

    Should I?

    I don’t like hitting buttons like that if I don’t know what’s going one 😉

    I’d push ahead with the database update in case there is a minor database issue. Do remember to back the db up first though – if it contains important content.

    The update was quick but this is what I now have

    Dashboard
    Dashboard
    Home
    Updates 1

    Posts
    Posts
    All Posts
    Add New
    Categories
    Tags

    Media
    Media
    Library
    Add New

    Links

    etc

    I’ve been hours and hours on this. The tutorials make it sound like a snap!

    So is the admin area completely unstyled? What server software are you using on what OS?

    Yes it’s all unstyled but everything seems to be there.

    W7 – xampp

    Apache MySQL

    Just went out and bought some beer 😉

    That looks correct to me.

    It’s working now!

    I dumped the database and downloaded a fresh one and installed it.

    What do I do about the plug-ins?

    We changed the name of the folder?

    Thanks so much!

    Just change the folder name back to ‘plugins’ and re-activate the individual plugins as needed.

    Thanks, it’s easy when you know how 😉

    Would you like to say now, how I upload changes to the live site, or post that question later?

    Jane

    If you intend to move the whole site – content and all – to the remote server, then you’ll need to review Moving_WordPress. If you’re just developing (say) a new theme and want to upload that to the site, then you can just ftp the new theme’s folder to wp-content/themes.

    I’m really doing this to test new themes.

    But most new themes won’t integrate 100% so I’ll have to make CSS changes, and add widgets etc.

    So how is that handled?

    I can test a theme online 😉

    My eyes are closing, so night night and thanks ..

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