September 2, 2019 at 21:00 UTC - Views: 17 #61476Guido_PiketParticipant
I run the wordpress website for our local toylibrary. It is located at http://www.deknikkerpot.nl for years now.
Recently the site doesn’t work on mobile or normal browsers. I think my old weaver II theme is part of the cause. I discovered version 1.1.3 is installed and tried to convert to Weaver Extreme. I tried using the plugin designed for it but can’t seem to find or download the .w2b file to my computer.
I also tried updating weaver II to 2.2.4 with the plan of using the plugin to download the .w2b file and then convert to Extreme but then I get the message the theme folder exists and the install fails.
How do I fix the site? Any help is greatly appreciated.September 2, 2019 at 21:46 UTC - Views: 19 #61478scramblerModerator
First you should update Weaver II to the latest version.
To do that, you can either switch to another theme, delete weaver II then install the latest version, Or you can use the plugin “Easy theme and plugin upgrades” to update the theme without having to remove it first.
Then you need to read and follow the procedure detailed belowSeptember 3, 2019 at 18:07 UTC - Views: 14 #61493WeaverKeymaster
The issue you have with your site is probably not theme related. I see a message
Content Encoding Error
The page you are trying to view cannot be shown because it uses an invalid or unsupported form of compression.
This would seem to mean you have another plugin that is probably to incorrectly compress your site’s HTML. This might even be a hosting setting.
It is not likely a theme setting.
This could even be a WordPress version issue or a PHP issue.September 4, 2019 at 11:35 UTC - Views: 7 #61498Guido_PiketParticipant
Thanks! The plugin you mentioned allowed me to update to 2.2.4 which solved most of the issues. I then disabled “Configure SMTP” plugin which only left me with an error on the Ultimate Social Media Plugin which I also disabled for now.
Will try and update to Weaver Extreme at a later stage… Thanks again!
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