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Elch_
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Hi all, I’ve created a new theme I would like to upload. I’ve passed the test, but when i upload my file, and set the main file, it says “you need to upload a zip file” although I did.

I’m using winRAR to compress my zip files, thanks.

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JeffreyWay
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Are you positive that the extension of your file is ”.zip” and not something like ”.rar”?

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Elch_
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its .zip

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Elch_
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also, heres a pic proving so: http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/3889/notebooko.png

Could it be that I’m entering my copyright info wrong?

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jonathan01
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if you look at the preview box under it it states – zip file containing png or jpeg images – you are attempting to upload a single png file – you should read the upload notes again where it states that you should have in a zipped file several images named like this 1_Home.jpg, 2_Contact.jpg etc

This is so that when someone looks at your theme and they click screenshots they can see a jpeg image of each page.

The first image ( ie the 1_whatever.jpg) will be the one used for the preview image or the large thumbnail when hovering over the small thumb.

Hope that makes sense and eases your frustration.

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