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*
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