May 19, 2012 at 5:54 am #12516
I bought the theme Abuncance more than a month ago. I installed it in my websits with the web hosting server. Now I setup a local web server, nginx, and installed WordPress 3.3.1. After loging in my local site(WP), I could only see WooCommerce plugin(it came together with the Abundance theme package). Then I uploaded theme abundance.zip. The unpacking was OK, but install failed. Error message: no valid plugins were found.
Is this because I didn’t multisite install WordPress on my local website? How should I fix it?
When I installed WP, I was not asked “Multisie” or “SIngle” install, by the way.
ClaireMay 23, 2012 at 3:05 am #75766
I suggest removing the WooCommerce plugin for the time being then trying to upload the abundance.zip in your Appearance > Themes > Upload.
MyaMay 24, 2012 at 1:05 am #75767
After I deleted wooCommerce in my local website, I can see the theme Abundance. Thanks, Mya!
Now I got new problem – I tried my website with my web hosting company, http://www.mywebsite.ca (not the local one), the theme Abundance that I’ve successfully installed there weeks ago is gone and I got a white screen!
I guess this is a theme multisite conflict issue. I cannot remember well if I was asked for my URL when purchasing the theme Abundance. If I was, I must have entered http://www.mywebsite.ca (my website with my web hosting company). Once I tried to upload and install Abundance in my local website(http://localhost/wordpress), my theme Abundance previously installed in my website, http://www.mywebsite.ca, is gone.
I am using different user names for my website (e.g., http://www.mywebsite.ca) WordPress and my local website WordPress(http://localhost/wordpress). So I think the conflict is about the theme Abundance, but not the WordPress.
My question is: Is there a tag associated with the theme Abundance package during the purchase? (which means I am only allowed to install it in ONE website) How can I fix it so that I can install my Abundance theme both on my website, http://www.mywebsite.ca, and my local website? Is multisite install the solution? How can I do it?
ClaireMay 25, 2012 at 12:09 pm #75768
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