Can anyone help with the Woothemes Optimize template?

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by mandom, May 15, 2010.

  1. mandom

    mandom Regular Member

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    It's giving me fits.

    Problem 1 - If I use anything other than the default permalinks I get an error saying that nothing was found. Both my images and my content go away.

    Problem 2 - my formatting keeps getting stripped out. If my content has multiple paragraphs it's not putting any space between them which makes it very hard to read. Even if I put in manual BRs it will look fine for the immediate refresh but when I refresh it again the spaces are gone again and the BRs that I inserted into the HTML are removed.

    Please help. This is driving me insane! Thanks!
     
  2. Compaqq

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    In regards to your first problem, this might be down to ''fsockopen''

    Are you using a free or paid host?

    And the second, have you tried using ''div'' or wrapping your paragraphs in <pr> </pr> tags ?

    I normally put

    </br> where I would like a space. It works for me.
     
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  3. mandom

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    Thanks. I'm using hostgator paid and I've not had problems with other blogs. I've wrapped my paragraphs with <p> and </p> but I'll try the others.

    How do I solve the fsockopen issue?

    Thanks!
     
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    If your using hostgator paid you shouldn't have a problem with fsock.

    have you CHMOD 777 the cache folder inside the theme?
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