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  • I had a new theme installed on my site and I wish to convert it back to the original default template. How do I go about doing that?

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  • Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    Is the default not listed when you click Presentation ?

    Where do I find the Presentation option?

    These are the options I see:
    Write Edit Categories Links Users Blacklist Options Plugins Templates Upload Profile View site ร‚ยป Logout

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    You are using WP1.2.2 or below ..
    If you do not want to upgrade, then go to the link below and re-download the version you have (Not sure ? Do a View Source when looking at your blog in your browser. It’s near the top)

    Then just upload the index.php and wp-layout.css

    http://static.wordpress.org/archive/

    I found the directions for upgrading, I’m just afraid to delete the files. I delete EVERY file that starts with wp, except for the config.php???

    All of them?? Even under admin, etc?

    Yup. Delete everything related to WordPress except the wp-config.php file. New versions of these files are included with the 1.5 distribution. Upload all these and then follow the rest of the instructions.

    Yes, all of them (except wp-config.php). It’s seems scary, but it works:)

    Ok, I did EVERYTHING the directions told me to do. Now, when I go to my blog, I have an index of all my files. My blog is not there. What did I do wrong???

    Did you upload the new (1.5) files into the place where your WP files used to be? Did you run upgrade.php? Did you run upgrade.php???

    I clicked on the upgrade.php and it said there was only one step and if I was seeing that, I was done.

    I uploaded the new files into the place where the WP files used to be. I followed all the directions to a “t”

    Probably this is the case when we need a link…

    Which link do youneed? Ask and it’s yours!!! To my CPanel?? To my blog?? Whatcha need??

    Obviously to your blog. (Cpanel comes later, if we don’t find a solution ๐Ÿ™‚

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

    Support Maven

    None of the root .php files have been uploaded.

    I am afraid you didn’t upload ALL the WP files!
    Your blog is/was at the root of your site? or in a directory?
    It seems as if you uploaded only the 4 directories, but not the files on the same level… . Upload them!

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