When I add <?php wp_head(); ?> To my header file in theme page doesn’t load
I recently downloaded a nice theme from http://www.romow.com/blog/wordpress-theme-divgrad/
However it appears there is a slight problem with the theme. I setup the Secure and Accessible PHP Contact Form for WordPress and anytime I do, it doesn’t seem like the CSS are actually being read. I contacted the developers of the form who told me that the header file in my new theme needed the <?php wp_head(); ?> code right above the </head> line. They even logged into my blog and added it for me. The problem is that whenever it’s added the only thing that loads on the page is the blue backround. Mike, one of the developers of the Contact form told me I need this in order for things like the bad behavior plugin etc.. to work.
He said that the author should have never taken out the wp_head to begin with. I am running WordPress version 2.3.2
Can anybody give me an idea where I can look to find why adding this code just kills the page? The theme is called DivGrad if anybody could maybe just download it and see what they get. Thanks Guys.
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