Ok I was using premium theme and installed incorrectly, I removed all themes within Wp, except 2011 1.2, then went to host and saw that files for theme I was attempting to update, were also gone. Then only via my host cpanel correctly (I think) using FTP uploaded the themes files from scratch. The site appears normal, but the old warning still appears on the page within WP. How can I remove the warning, or does it still mean something is wrong? It says:
The following themes are installed but incomplete. Themes must have a stylesheet and a template.
cache Stylesheet is missing.
css Stylesheet is missing.
fontfaces Stylesheet is missing.
fonts Stylesheet is missing.
framework Stylesheet is missing.
images Stylesheet is missing.
includes Stylesheet is missing.
js Stylesheet is missing.
languages Stylesheet is missing.
piecemaker Stylesheet is missing.
swf Stylesheet is missing.
What theme do these style sheets belong to? If they are a part of your active theme, it does mean that your theme is not installed correctly.
I would return to the default theme and then uninstall the offending theme, using the WP Dashboard so that the corresponding database entries are also removed. Then I’d check that everything was OK using the default theme with everything else removed.
Having got back to a clean state you can then reinstall the theme you want. Ideally, you should do that from within the Dashboard rather than just copying the files across via FTP.
Hopefully that should all work for you.
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