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    Hello there all,
    the post below, this is the problem I am having NOW. Seems to have resolved itself for ‘dibs’ but I am still stuck here.
    Please advise.
    Regards Chris.

    “Here’s what I’m talking about:

    You know how your own Dashboard is supposed to look? With a certain amount of graphics and layout, etc.? Well, I took a screenshot of how my Dashboard looks, to show you how it is nothing but text. Here’s the link to the screenshot:

    How can I fix this?

    Posted 9 months ago # “

    Posted 4 hours ago #

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  • Strange. If you uploaded your entire wp-admin directory, the stylesheet that controls the display should be there. It’s named wp-admin.css.

    If you’ve tried to update /wp-admin files, you may have deleted the stylesheet.

    Hello DianeV,
    er no, wp-admin.css is there with 18k of info in it. Summink else – please.
    Kind Regards Chris.

    For anyone wishing to know:
    How do I not show the directory structure?
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    Created On: Aug 03 2006 01:24 PM
    When you access a folder, or the main page on the site, you see a directory structure instead of a
    website. Most times you do not want your visitors to view the structure of your site and instead you
    would want to either redirect the visitor to an alternate location, or redirect them to a specific file.Â
    The majority of times these situations are run into when you have a section for forums or for your
    online store which is installed in it’s own directory (xcart, phpbb, forum etc). When a visitor comes
    to your main page of your site they see folders for the different areas instead of the actual content
    you want them to see. If you would like to configure it so that the webpages show up instead of the
    directory listing you can do one of three options:
    » Create an index.html file which would act as a welcome screen before entering the store.
    » Create a redirect using the /cpanel. From inside /cpanel click on redirect visitors to your site to
    different pages. For more information on redirects, please see the Redirect Article in the
    » Move the contents of your store folder into the /public_html folder. If you do this, remember to
    change the config.php file’s path and also verify the configurations in your Admin Section for the
    The most common solution by users seems to be to add an index.html or index.htm file to the folder
    and stop the visitor from viewing the files and folders in the site.
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