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#21 indiedogdesign

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Posted 28 May 2015 - 03:16 PM

Brandon - this is why I posted the screen shots. I do not have the folder you are talking about. The first screenshot shows the wp-content folder and its contents. There is no tubepress_pro_4_1_8 folder, just tubepress-content.



#22 indiedogdesign

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Posted 28 May 2015 - 03:18 PM

Brandon - this is why I posted the screen shots. I do not have the folder you are talking about. The first screenshot shows the wp-content folder and its contents. There is no tubepress_pro_4_1_8 folder, just tubepress-content.



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Posted 28 May 2015 - 09:44 PM

Hmm,  very strange as that is the structure of TubePress within wordpress, see the screenshot below.

 

In order for TubePress 4.1.8 you have to have this folder structure, otherwise it can't find the themes, and everything else required, and since yours does work, those files must be there.

 

Can you take a look in the highlighted path?

 

 

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#24 brandon

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Posted 28 May 2015 - 09:45 PM

Hmm,  very strange as that is the structure of TubePress within wordpress, see the screenshot below.

 

In order for TubePress 4.1.8 you have to have this folder structure, otherwise it can't find the themes, and everything else required, and since yours does work, those files must be there.

 

Can you take a look in the highlighted path?

 

 

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#25 indiedogdesign

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Posted 29 May 2015 - 10:38 AM

Brandon,

 

I did! Thats the second screenshot in my previous response.

 

tubepress2.png

 

I'm trying to remember if I overrote the files when I did the upgrade or if I deleted the whole thing and reinstalled it. Frankly, I work on so many sites I don't remember. Maybe I should just delete the whole thing and start over. Although I'm fairly sure I did that already.

 

OK. I'll download a new copy and delete the whole thing and start over.

 

Morag



#26 indiedogdesign

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Posted 01 June 2015 - 07:27 AM

Brandon,

 

I reinstalled tubepress and I now have all the correct files. I followed the instructions above, however, my custom CSS is still being over-written. Now that I found the correct file I copied my custom CSS into that file, but this is a PIMA since I'll have to keep doing this everytime there is an upgrade.

 

Now I see that my sidebar playlist feed has gone missing.

 

Seriously disappointed in this upgrade.

 

Morag



#27 brandon

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Posted 01 June 2015 - 09:26 PM

If you're keeping your theme's in tubepress-content folder, they wont get over-written and it should read your custom css files.

 

Thanks!


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