BP Fakename
(theme: Fake Name)After the 3.3 update my admin is taking on the front end's css (3 posts)

  1. AardvarkGirl
    Posted 4 years ago #


    Figured a picture is worth 50 words.

    And when it tries to load the changes (from the admin to whatever it does now) boy is it s l o w.

    I changed out to 2010 theme and it doesn't do this. The theme in question is a buddypress theme 'fake name' (modified of course).
    http://www.ratest3.com And yes, I've tried to ask for help from the theme developer with no reply.

    Any way to have the editing of the pages/post stay in the admin 'environment' whilst in a custom theme? I think I'll have clients that will be trippin' out over this. ;-) *wink*

    And NO, I did not do ANY editing of ANY of the admin files, or their css. The site was working 'fine' then I updated WordPress to 3.3 from the previous version and this is what I am getting. It does this when you go into the PAGES or POSTS section of the admin.

    Here is the source from the admin down to where the 'content' starts: http://pastebin.com/tPHbmKdy

    And in an effort for more trouble shooting, I've never had the 'wp-admin' folder on my local machine... someone had questioned if I had perhaps over written an image file. *sigh*



  2. AardvarkGirl
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Ok, I figured out where this is coming from.

    The front end's style sheet is being called (down in the middle of the source code) http://pastebin.com/VLTQYbuE on line 775

    <link rel='stylesheet' id='bp-fakename-css' href='http://www.ratest3.com/wp-content/themes/bp-fakename/style.css?ver=20111013' type='text/css' media='all' />

    Why is this being inserted into the center of the source code after the closing head tag ?!? And why the style sheet for the front end of the site? I'm going to assume Buddy Press is doing this (?)

  3. AardvarkGirl
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Ok, this isn't theme related. I changed out to the default Buddy Press theme and it still does this. :-\

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