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evscicats    14
evscicats

I'll try deleting DMS again and try installing just the second folder and see if I get an update that gets me all the sections.  Pagelines needs to take that particular zip file down that's on our accounts if this is causing the issue.

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evscicats    14
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The update didn't fix it. 

 

From FTP, I renamed the first dms folder to dmsdelete.  Moved the second dms folder to the Themes folder.  Deleted the dmsdelete folder.  Went to the WP themes and saw I had an update.  Ran the update.  Refreshed my browser.  Tried changing my Twitter username in Social & Local and the change didn't stick/save.  Stayed the way it was before.  When I look at my folder structure on FTP, I have the /dms/dms folders again.

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Simon    247
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whats going on in this thread?

 

The zip file you download via the updater or from my account HAS 2 folders. The 2nd folder is the dms framework. 

 

I suggest you download a fresh zip delete whatever frankentheme you currently have and start again.

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rickm901    0
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Regardless of the structure, my illegal string error codes went away when I installed dummy content with categories. So the first thing you need to do is go to your WordPress plug-in installer and find a plug-in that fills you up with easily removable dummy content. There are a few out there.

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evscicats    14
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I figured out the problem.  I saw someone post a question asking when some child themes were going to be updated and that reminded me that I had sections from the Viewer theme (v.1.0) loaded in my child theme.  Once I deleted those sections, everything is working fine again with no php errors.  

 

I see the Viewer theme was updated on the Pagelines Store a few days ago so I may look at it sometime if I find I need something DMS 2 doesn't already give me.

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