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[Solved] Installed Child Theme, Now Page Editor is Blank and Widgets Have Moved

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I installed the Pagelines.com child theme from the extend section. When I activate it and try to go to the site, it looks terrible! I realized that all of my widgets have moved to different sidebars. In addition to that issue is that the Page Editor is a blank area. Custome CSS, Templates, Etc shows up just fine.

Everything has been updated and is current.

Has this happened to anyone else? How do I correct it?

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