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Stylesheets and templates confusion

  • I’m sure its something I’m not doing. I uploaded “Utica Av & Stuttering” and both themes have the css file in the folder but I get the error- ” The following themes are installed but incomplete. Themes must have a stylesheet and a template.”
    Suggestions?

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  • I just downloaded Utica Av to check it out and my zip file has all the template files as well as the style.css file as well. Make sure when you unzip the file there are php files as well as the css and then upload all of them to a folder within wp-content/themes/insert name of folder here and you should be able to access it from your presentations menu.

    Moderator James Huff

    @macmanx

    The structure needs to be: /wp-content/themes/theme folder/theme files. Do you have that structure? This is a common mistake. Depending on how the theme is distributed, some users have: /wp-content/themes/theme folder/another theme folder/theme files. Again, it needs to be: /wp-content/themes/theme folder/theme files.

    I retried the process. Utica works with this line at the bottom of the theme
    “Fatal error: Call to undefined function: wp_footer() in /home2/len9815/digitalcollege-www/wp15/wp-content/themes/Utica Ave/footer.php on line 13”

    Stuttering still does not work

    Tnx for the help

    try it now – stuttering theme has a new update, with bug fixes!

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function: wp_footer() […]

    I got the same error with my custom theme. It can be fixed by replacing <?php wp_footer(); ?> with <?php do_action('wp_footer'); ?>.

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