godonholiday saidIf the theme specific functions are preceded by the theme’s shortname, you could copy and paste them in without breaking any existing functions giving you the best of both worlds. It does get a little trickier when the functions.php is including other files but it’s a possibility.
The plugin you’re talking about is called Theme Test Drive. It’s very useful, but has one major drawback. Whatever theme you see as the admin, it will still use the functions.php from the theme that is shown to visitors.
Thanks! Ohh that is a bit of a drawback, I’ll test it out and see if it covers what I need.Thanks for the help!
You can upload as many themes as you like and use the “Preview” button in the Appearance > Themes section to view what your site would look like with that template in use. Any changes you make to your site will show up in the preview but you won’t be able to edit a theme’s options without first activating it. If you don’t want visitors to see the site until it’s ready, look for a “Maintenance Mode” plugin. A popular choice is WP Maintenance Mode (http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/wp-maintenance-mode/)
<?php /** * Template Name: NAME HERE */
<?php // Uncomment if you want a sidebar on this page… get_sidebar(); ?> <?php get_footer(); ?>
Just to confirm, have you created three menus for the corresponding locations? If not it will use its default.
Also once you’ve set up the menu, are you clicking “Save”?
Being able to fill it out once, verify, then select it from a dropdown would be handy, I freelance on oDesk a lot where I’ve seen this in practice however that doesn’t address the issue you raised. Just something for Envato to consider.
Don’t worry about it, something like that will never pass over here. I’d be amazed if it did.
Admin screens may be a little more to learn for the basic user but it allows for a lot more customization plus is well documented.
There’s not really a lot to go on so I’d suggest looking in php.ini / php5.ini to see your upload limit. If you’re comfortable in doing so, send over the wp-admin login and I’ll take a quick look.
Can you post the error details?
One of the most common image upload problems is with the wp-content/uploads folder permissions not being set correctly on some hosts so I’d suggest taking a look there first.
Do you have an FTP client installed?