I am new to WordPress and finally have it up and runnning (well, sort of.) My hosting provider installed an older version, so I have updated to the newest version. When I updated yesterday, I got this message:
Warning: mkdir(C:\Domains\dkbuchmann.com\wwwroot\blog/wp-content/themes/my-weblog): Permission denied in C:\Domains\dkbuchmann.com\wwwroot\blog\wp-admin\upgrade-functions.php on line 802
But, right under that, it said:
There's actually only one step. So if you see this, you're done. Have fun!
I thought that maybe everything would be okay, so I decided to try it out. At first (yesterday), I was having trouble seeing new themes that I downloaded and selected. I could see them in the Presentation tab area and could select any as the current theme. Then, when I would view them in my blog, they would look really screwy.
I re-uploaded everything, and that allowed me to choose and use the theme that I have on there now.
I was very excited about that until, today, when I went to select a new theme, it wouldn't let me. I am wondering if the tabs in the Presentation area are messed up.
The "Themes" tab is the one that shows the list of files to the right and the code in a window. It has the selection box and the top so that I can select any of my themes from a list. Then, when I hit select, it doesn't update the files to the right or anything. It still has the current theme AND the selection button actually leads me to the "Theme Editor" tab/page. That page is the one with the images of each theme and the "current theme" image displayed at the top.
Does anyone know what might be happening? I'm not very techy - sorry!