I’ve enabled the blog network for WordPress 3.0. When I go to a blog I created on the blog network, the blog shows up but I don’t have any theme. Here’s an example:
I looked through the WordPress site, and I found a discussion about adding AllowOverride FileInfo Options to Apache’s vhost configurations.
I talked to the people who run my server (it’s a Linux server), and she said that there was a different problem. Here’s the email from her:
“I pulled a log of the site and put it into Excel format for easy reading. “404” not-found errors abound, but there’s a “200” OK return for the main page. The not-founds are looking for CSS stylesheets at locations that don’t exist, because they’re searching starting at the network blog-name as the top of the hierarchy:
GET /rogerwhitson/wp-content/themes/twentyten/style.css HTTP/1.1
So the 200 OK return is for a “fake” URL being referred to by http://britts.lcc.gatech.edu/wp-admin/my-sites.php — this mysites.php page is correctly translating the “blog” click from the main page into whatever we’re seeing as “http://britts.lcc.gatech.edu/rogerwhitson”
However, then the page that’s supposed to be your blog is asking for stuff that doesn’t exist. That implies that something’s not configured right. It doesn’t look like an .htaccess problem from here.
Could there be a setting within the admin interface (perhaps actually ON the my-sites.php page, or elsewhere within the plugin config) that tells the subordinate blogs where you specify the “top” of the hierarchy, or some sort of path variable that you need to set?”
Any suggestions for resolving this problem?
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