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Update to 1.1.9 404ed my site
Correction - Update was to 1.9.1 not 1.1.9, but unable to correct in title above)
I did the monthly update for my 2 sites - plugins, WP, theme - and when I was finished my site gave me a 404 error page with some info about needing a dms folder. I looked in the themes folder and my child theme folder was there but instead of a dms folder there was a tmp folder. When I changed the name of the tmp folder to dms my site came up, for both sites.
However, when I tried to go to any page or post on the site I got a 404 error. Fortunately I always backup just prior to doing updates so I just restored the backup and the sites both are totally fine now. But I can't update the DMS theme.
What could be causing this?
I tested the site after updating all the plugins and it worked fine; I tested the site after updating WP to 4.0.1 and it worked fine. It was only after doing both of those and then updating the DMS theme that it broke.
Sites are clearwaterbeachcondosforsale.com and searchclearwaterhomes.com. Both are now back to DMS 1.8 so they are not currently showing the 404 error issues.
DMS 2 - BuddyPress 2 User Profile 404 error
I'm trying to create a social website that can sell travel packages.
Website URL: guanaima.com
Framework Version: DMS 2
WordPress Version: 3.9
Plugins in Use: WooCommerce, Wordpress SEO by Yoast, Custom Sidebar
The problem I'm having is that when I activate the BuddyPress plugin in the website I get a 404 error on the user relates pages. (The activity feed and the members page work fine). I tried to disable other plugins, but it didn't work. I also tried creating a buddypress.php file as mention in this post http://forum.pagelines.com/topic/31999-buddypress-19-no-content/?hl=buddypress but still nothing. Does anyone have any idea?
Platform Pro & Platform Base 404 Not Found
I am trying to download both files (Pro & Base) from my account, however receive a 404 Not Found Error.
The links are broken. Are these files no longer available?
Can't view Box (setted under Blog Post content) and new Boxes give 404 error
Browsing any post, I can't see anymore
a textual Box I had setted (on drag and drop section)
beneath the Post Content.
What's more, when I pubblish I new Box and I try to view it
the browser gives 404 error.
Customize CSS for 404 Page
What is the CSS class or ID I need to use to identify the 404 Error Page so I can make an edit to a particular class within that page?
I've tried .error404.address & .404_page.address, but neither have worked.