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    Hi, recently i had to upgrade my server, I’m using dreamhost, i was using a simple plan and know i.m using a vps. When they change my site’s machine, i found in the template builder the following error

    Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/fjc_admin/ on line 933

    Any suggestions…. I can create new template, but i can not, modify the old ones….

    Thank You



    there are known issues which we’re investigating concerning custom templates and moving your site to a different host/server. Users have reported that using popular backup plugins do work. If it’s not too late to make a backup of your site on the old server it is suggested you back it up with (several) plugins and then move it. If this doesn’t work you can always create a new template that’s the same as the one you’re trying to edit, it only takes a few minutes after all.


    Hi, Cris,

    Well, I have duplicated the templates, there is not a problem, but what is really annoying is the notice that you can be viewed at the following link.

    Is there any way to fix this?




    This is a strange one. Did you change anything on that file at all? Or do you remember that you change anything that will trigger that behavior?

    We will forward this to Kriesi and the other support staff.




    Thank you ismael, as i explain before, this issue start when i had an upgrade from my server. I did not change anything but the people on dream host did, i was on a shared server plan, and i had to upgrade to a vps plan.



    This sounds like a database problem (the dynamic template data wasn’t transfered properly). The easiest solution is to reset the theme options (just hit the “Reset” button) and to reconfigure/rebuild the templates.

    Best regards,


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