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Themes Configuration

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  • Richard


    Hi flashbuddy,

    When you say ‘theme’, I assume you are talking about the calendar theme and not the WP theme. In this case, it sounds like you have lost your calendar theme during the update to 1.9.1. To restore this, go to the backend (FTP File Manager) and paste your calendar theme files into your wordpress > wp-content > themes-ai1ec folder (assuming you have a backup copy of your calendar theme.)



    Also, in case it helps, here is the updated documentation on how to create new calendar themes: http://help.time.ly/customer/portal/articles/944421-how-do-i-create-a-child-theme-in-version-1-9-

    I hope that helps.

    Believe me, I tried everything I could think of, including the confirmation that the themes were where they are supposed to be, including the themes-ai1ec folder.

    I did get it sorted out, by deleting the plugin, deleting the db tables, and deleting calendar related data in the WP options table, re-installed version 1.8X, and finally adding in the events anew.

    Of course now, I’m scared to update to the 1.9x version 🙂

    I have a similar question though I have figured out how to modify the theme css.

    Is there a way to modify the PHP so that it displays only the information I want it to display? I was able to do this before the upgrade but I can no longer (easily) find the file.


    I have the same issue. When I go to Event > Events Themes – I am getting a list of WP themes not ai1ec themes. I have checked with FTP that I have in two locations ai1ec themes. First wp-content/themes-ai1ec/ and second location is wp-content/plugins/all-in-oneevent-calendar/themes-ai1ec/.

    So what should I do to fix this problem? Thx.

    You can read my post above 🙂

    That is not a solution, to go backward.

    Sometimes one has to take steps backwards before resuming forward travel

    -Old Chinese philosopher

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