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My admin bar has lost it's css...

  1. alittlereddress
    Member

    I moved a client site from one hosting company to another just recently and it all appears to be working fine...but, when I go to the login page here:
    http://www.asspl.com.au/wp-admin/
    I get a login screen that appears to have no css. Problem one.

    Then if I "visit site" whilst still logged in, the normal admin bar shows at the top of the page. If I click away from the home page, the admin bar disappears from the top of the page and I get everything as text links at the bottom of the page under all of my content.

    If I'm not logged in, I don't see these text links...so, for presentation's sake, it's fine for public consumption, but there is obviously something that is not quite right, so I'd like to fix it...any ideas?

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  3. alittlereddress
    Member

    To supportbot...the blog in question is http://www.asspl.com.au. It is a client site, not my site, so did not appear in the drop down menu when I submitted my query...but thanks anyway.

  4. It's not a free hosted WordPress.com blog. We cannot help you here. you'll find help at the WordPress.org forums. http://wordpress.org/support/

  5. alittlereddress
    Member

    Yep...no worries. Figured that out about one second after I posted. Sorry.

  6. alittlereddress
    Member

    OK...Just in case anyone, looks up this post (I do run a personal blog on here and would like to help out) I seem to have resolved this issue.

    I was also having an issue with Jetpack not connecting to WordPress. I gave me a "site_url" missing error. In resolving that issue, I seem to have resolved the admin bar issue as well.

    All I did (embarrassingly enough) was put http://asspl.com.au in the
    WordPress Address (URL) field.

    It was already in the Site Address (URL), because that's where my install was.

    Hope this helps!

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