recieving many errors
I am not able to do alot of the customization as laid out in the videos.
1. when i log in through editor i recevie this error. Sorry, can’t edit files with “..” in the name. If you are trying to edit a file in your WordPress home directory, you can just type the name of the file in.
2 when i try to upload picutures i get Error saving media attachment.
could you please tell me what i might be doing wrong.
what happens when you edit using a text editor/ftp client, and make the changes offline?
thanks for your response
Now ah see here is the problem you are a pro plus member and me I'm a bin around for about 20min kinda member and i have no clue what you just asked. lol
you can edit your files by using the editor under "Appearance" in your dashboard - but I don't recommend doing that :smile:
Personally, I use CoffeeCup DirectFTP - I can open the file in the program, make changes, then FTP (File Transfer Protocol) it back into my server.
Sometimes, if your file permissions aren't set correctly, you can't edit using the editor.
Where does the error appear? In your dashboard? Can you screenshot it for me?
Thanks again for the quick reply.
All of the installation was done by the people hosting my page so all i can do and have been trying to do is as follows
Dashboard to Appearance to Editor after i click Editor this is what comes up
Sorry, can’t edit files with “..” in the name. If you are trying to edit a file in your WordPress home directory, you can just type the name of the file in.
other than this it is a blank screen
ah, I see. This is definitely a hosting issue - you'll need to contact the people who installed this for you, and send them a copy of the error.
In case it's useful to anyone else, I had this problem was able to fix this error as follows: when trying to access Appearance, Editor –> Fatcow hosting, with installation in a /wordpress subdirectory, giving error
Basically, you edit the file.php inside wp-admin/includes commenting out two lines. Reupload the file.php file and then you can edit the theme files inside the editor. (Prior to finding this fix, I had switched the theme out for the default twenty-eleven theme with no change in the error message; and deactivated all plugins with my lifestyle theme, also didn't help; and changed all permissions on all theme files and all containing directories to 777 which also made no difference.)
I don't really understand why this occurred, if it had something to do with the installation in a subdirectory, but this fix did work for me.
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