Widgets page missing from WPMU member blog admin
“Widgets” should appear under “Appearance” on the left side options of the wp-admin.
“Widgets” is missing. I haven’t done any updates recently except upload 2 dozen themes. I have deleted all those themes, thinking they caused the problem, but this did not fix the problem.
You can see it for yourself:
Moderator Andrea Rennick
Customer Care at Copyblogger Media and Studiopress
It’s the theme you are currently using on that blog. It needs updating in the functions.php file of that theme.
is this what you’re referring to?
add_theme_page($themename.” Options”, “”.$themename.” Options”, ‘edit_themes_options’, basename(__FILE__), ‘mytheme_admin’);
it doesn’t help.
oh well it seems that nobody has any idea about this annoying bug.
Which theme do you think is default?
It should be twentyten.
yes, even twentyten does that. whatever theme i try, it’s still missing “Widgets” under “Appearance” in wp-admin.
to give you a better idea of what i’m talking about, please view the screenshot:
Something’s not right on your setup. I don’t think anyone else is having the is problem. I’d reinstall the files for WordPress.
i downloaded the latest wordpress mu version 3.0 and reinstalled the files but it didn’t resolve the problem. it seems that this is a configuration problem. i have direct access to the mysql database. is there any sql query that i could run to fix this problem?
You can see it for yourself:
mod please don’t obfuscate my username and password because i’m trying to find someone who can help me with this annoying wordpress bug. it is my website and it is my choice to reveal the password to a temporary blog account that i made for testing purposes.
i am an admin of my site
i have access to http://religioner.no/wp-admin
strangely, the “Widgets” option appear in the admin backend, but not on blog users backend.
That’s not what I mean.
You are not the admin CODEWISE of your site. Any user who has access can log in, but if YOU, as the logged in account, cannot add other USERS, then YOU are not the admin 🙂 It’s really that simple.
Your not the admin.
At the top see how it says SUPER ADMIN?
You DO NOT have that on the other site. Thus it is proven: You are not the admin. You have to fix this on the SQL side. The link I gave you will give you a list of posts where people had the same problems, and how they fixed it.
is not supposed to be an admin. it is an admin for
but not http://religioner.no
where only i (username: admin) have access
i used to have “Widgets” under “Appearance” when logged in as “totoymola” at http://totoymola.religioner.no/wp-admin
i haven’t done any major changes except upload different themes and install a couple of plugins. i thought that might have messed it up.
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