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[Resolved] zBench 1.2.9

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  • Clayton James
    Participant

    @claytonjames

    The readme.txt in the theme svn contains a changelog. (it’s also in the theme download if you like)

    http://themes.svn.wordpress.org/zbench/1.2.9/readme.txt

    Last Ten
    Member

    @last-ten

    Hi ClaytonJames

    Thank you very much 🙂

    Pete

    Clayton James
    Participant

    @claytonjames

    You’re welcome.

    hibeverly
    Member

    @hibeverly

    I upgraded my theme today and it OVERWROTE all the customization I did (ie. in style.css etc).

    How can I ROLL BACK the theme so as to get back all the customizations? I do not want this newest version with all the default settings and styles.

    Clayton James
    Participant

    @claytonjames

    @hibeverly

    You can’t roll it back. You will need to restore your customized theme from your backup copy.

    hibeverly
    Member

    @hibeverly

    Hi Clayton – how would I restore from my backup copy? Or rather, where is the backup copy located?

    I have restored my DB files but the front-end still is the default zbench theme….

    Clayton James
    Participant

    @claytonjames

    Only you know where you keep the last backup you made of your web site files. I would assume you probably placed a copy of those files somewhere on your local computer for safe keeping.

    Moogle Stiltzkin
    Member

    @moogle-stiltzkin

    Whenever updating the theme, i always keep the backup of the Zbench folder from my wordpress.

    I would then cross check between the previous active and this new update, and re-add any custom changes i had done before.

    So if you do add customizations, don’t just simply update. Create a backup of your active site’s zbench folder, then do the cross checks …..

    hibeverly
    Member

    @hibeverly

    I like the idea of cross checking, but…. where do I compare?

    I know the files are all at http://themes.svn.wordpress.org/zbench/
    but without going through every single line of code in every single file, I can’t see an easier way to “compare and manually update”…

    Last Ten
    Member

    @last-ten

    hibeverly

    I find it best not having too many customizations on any WordPress theme as most of them are updated regularly.

    I have also learnt the hard way and now I only have one customization on zBench.

    Moogle Stiltzkin
    Member

    @moogle-stiltzkin

    fastest way is to check the file size of the phps. if the crc or file size is different.

    if it’s different, then check whats different.

    I have some of my own modifications in the zbench in some of the phps.

    so i go to those, and copy and paste into the new one. and test if it works.

    basically go to

    \wp-content\themes\zbench

    i check functions.php

    i copy the code from the old zbench file, and put into the new one.

    <?php
    // --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    // Start Add NextPage Button
    // --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    
    add_filter('mce_buttons','wysiwyg_editor');
    
    function wysiwyg_editor($mce_buttons) {
    
    $pos = array_search('wp_more',$mce_buttons,true);
    
    if ($pos !== false) {
    
    $tmp_buttons = array_slice($mce_buttons, 0, $pos+1);
    
          $tmp_buttons[] = 'wp_page';
    
          $mce_buttons = array_merge($tmp_buttons, array_slice($mce_buttons, $pos+1));
    
      }
    
    return $mce_buttons;
    
    }
    
    // --------------------------------------------------------------------------
    // End Add NextPage Button
    // --------------------------------------------------------------------------

    save then check it works.

    So best if you write down what custom changes you did, that you may need to re-add whenever you update.

    Last Ten
    Member

    @last-ten

    Thanks Moogle Stiltzkin

    I will save that info for future use 🙂

    Slightly off topic is anyone using the header facility for zBench?

    I have tried allsorts of images and added them into my theme but none of them ever look good, is anyone else using them????

    Peter

    Moogle Stiltzkin
    Member

    @moogle-stiltzkin

    hm whats ur site link ? so can see what u mean 😡

    Last Ten
    Member

    @last-ten

    Hi Moogle Stiltzkin

    I have actually taken the image off but would welcome your advice.

    Its a Genealogy site regarding my surname, so its a bit boring!

    http://www.killey.net

    Moogle Stiltzkin
    Member

    @moogle-stiltzkin

    this is mine http://mognet.no-ip.info

    so u mean the banner ? it doesn’t work for you ?

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