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Please help, what did I do???

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Please help me! I don't know what to do. I was running version 1.2.2 of Platform Pro via the base child theme and today I decided to update to 1.3.5! After I did, look what happened: http://www.thedollarmill.com/ The images don't show up anymore, everything looks broken. When i check my wp/uploads folder the files are there but somehow they don't link to the site anymore resulting in a lot of errors. What could have gone wrong, please help!

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What were the steps that you made in upgrading?

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Try disabling your plugins. Could be a conflict.

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@Jimmy Well, I used the same steps I used when updating to other versions (without having these problems). What I did was to delete the theme PlatformPro via the WP admin interface and then upload the new theme via FTP in the /themes folder.. all this time having enabled the child theme.

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Hmmm let me try to further bring some details. for example my logo is not showing anymore on my page. I try to manually upload a new png file for the logo via the <global options> from the theme in my browser but the preview still remains broken though the file is uploaded. As it looks to me it kinda messed something "linking" files together or permissions who knows? I such a noob at this sorry :(

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This from the docs on updgrading: Important Step: 6 Remember to head into your theme settings and hit the ???save options??? button; this will regenerate your custom CSS file based on your settings.

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