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Upgrade to Wordpress 3.4 and now get error message

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This now appears at the top of the website page: "Unable to locate the main framework files! Make sure the parent theme folder is named correctly." Any ideas? The base theme and framework directories are both named correctly (I think) and it worked fine before the upgrade.

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Hi there! Yup seems the setup.php inside your child theme needs to be updated. We recently updated base theme to include a new setup.php file. Are you tech savvy, and are you able to update this file on your own? It's super easy, you literally copy and paste from one to another. And baam! You should be able to snag the update to base within the store, or download the new one online,and replace the setup.php file. Let us know how that works out for you! Nick

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Thanks! It works perfect now. Greatly appreciated!

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OK - can you take us through this in more detail please? When you say "snag the update to base within the store", etc - what should we do, exactly (tried to work it out but failed). Thank you Babs

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I did this using ftp, but could not work out how to do within my dashboard. Will prepare to ftp to all sites in the next few days...

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So... WP 3.4 errors are ONLY for people with Child Themes?

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Hi I'm using the base theme v1.02 (the latest) and still getting this error "Unable to locate the main framework files! Make sure the parent theme folder is named correctly." Any ideas? Thanks *** Don't worry. Got it working by activating the Framework (and deactivating the base theme)

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