It’s Broken

by Michelle Lasley

Michelle Lasley is a mother, wife in Pacific Northwest learning to balance green dreams with budget realities.

July 9, 2011

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Categories: One a Day, Post a Day 2011

Talking on the phone and using a computer.

Image by alexis22578 via Flickr

I was venturing on the continued exploration of themes, trying to refresh this blog a bit. I decided my Atchapalua (sp) theme was going to be the way to go. I was adjusting the footer when suddenly, it stopped loading.

My blog stopped loading.

I fudged. I fidgeted. I played. I explored. But, I could not, cannot, find the reason why it won’t work. So, I thought — the dashboard, behind the scenes interface is working, the site is up, the database isn’t broken, let’s repair it anyway… let’s try a new theme.

I decided to go back to the new TwentyEleven. Eh, voila. It works.

Until I can figure out my Atchapalua theme, this will have to do. At least I can continue to write and have it validated by the world at large.

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